The Gold Rush Of Interior Design: Brass Is Back—Brass Accents For All!

Gone are the days when polished brass took over a room. The gold rush of 2014 has been replaced with tasteful and thoughtfully placed muted, matte, and antiqued brass accents that play well with mixed materials and finishes. Current trends for mixing and matching metals with organic materials and contemporary, sleek, hard lines allows a unique brass piece, whether lighting, décor, plumbing fixtures, or hardware to be the unifying focal point bringing warmth to any room.

Brass In The Kitchen

Freedom reigns in the kitchen when choosing hardware, cabinet colors, counter materials and various shades of wood. Brushed nickel, bronze and chrome CAN live together in tasteful harmony.

Mix in brass fixtures into your kitchen for a more customized look.

Mix in brass lighting, faucets and cabinet hardware into your kitchen for a more customized look.

Bring this look home:

Brass Pendant Lights
Decorative Trays and Bowls
Botanicals
Kitchen faucets
Brass Chandeliers
Brass Knobs
Brass Pulls

Brass In The Bathroom

The design goal for brass has always been to add warmth to a space. Bathrooms are the perfect place to blend organic materials like wood, live greenery and the smooth, clean lines of contemporary porcelain, marble or concrete. By incorporating a touch of aged brass your oasis can become a warm yet modern get-a-way.

Create a feeling of warmth in your bathroom by incorporate brass tub, sink, and shower faucets.

Create a feeling of warmth in your bathroom by incorporate brass tub, sink, and shower faucets.

Bring this look home:

Brass Décor, Lighting, And Other Accent Pieces To Mix And Match

Brass is not just for kitchens and bathrooms. Accessorize any room in your home with touches of this warm, golden metal.

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