Metallics have been been sliding their way in and out over the years to where it’s just time to accept they are here to stay. Thanks to Kelly Wearstler who burst onto the interior design scene in the mid 1990’s twisting modernist lines into contemporary glam interiors for celebrities and the chicest commercial spaces, metallics are the new interior staple. She forged an endless path to interiors paved with gold, bronze and other pretty shiny things which are readily available at any price point. If you’re ready to rock the metallic interior trend, here’s how you can glam up your interior with pretty golden metallics.
For high drama, mix bronzy gold with bold neutrals like Kelly does in this dynamic entrance hall.
Du Verre Hardware has fondle-worthy hardware in bold satin and antique brass to glam up any cabinetry.
Got deep dark saturated walls? Look beyond the title of this heart shaped brass air plant holder from Brika, see it as sculpture, use two or more on the walls and get creative.
Golden accent tables can transform a room in an instant. Any of these tables from West Elm could do the trick.
Or soften the look by using lighter colors which are easy on the eye to serve as a gentle but glamorous backdrop for the sprinkle of golden light fixtures. (The restaurant at Bergdorf Goodman makes me happy every time we go there like every single time I’m in New York year after year).
Get your gold on with lighting from Z Gallerie. From small tabletop candle holders to full blown fabulous fixtures, you’ve got lighting options.
Brassy bronzes golds are the current “it” hue for metallic anything. However its perfectly okay to mix silver and gold tones, they all work. The trick is a little goes a long way and the right level of repetition can exude an effortless ease which helps make an interior feel comfortable. Go ahead glam up your interior with gold.