With cooler months quickly approaching, we’re saying goodbye to bright summer hues and hello to deep metallic decor. Bringing in a mix of metals into your home can help provide a distinctive look. Warm tones help the room to feel cozy, while cool metallics add a touch of glamour for a well-rounded and inviting atmosphere.
Artichoke by Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen | This distinctive and bold piece is sure to make a statement in copper, brass, or steel. With 72 leaves, mimicking the turning leaves outside, it helps bring nature into the home in a sophisticated way. Its timeless silhouette paired with a warm metallic creates an enchanting ambiance.
Santorini Tub in Brushed Nickel from Native Trails | Artisan-crafted and forged of high-quality recycled copper, Santorini pays homage to the copper bathtub’s European heritage and tells the story of generations of Mexican artisanship.
Dazzle wallpaper by Bobby Berk for Tempaper | With a white and metallic silver colorway, Fragmented pieces converge in a flurry of intersecting linework.
Nest in Polished Nickel from Blueprint Lighting | This striking design is scaled to work well over a dining table, in a foyer, bedroom, or in a dramatic powder room.
MOD+ Collection in Polished Chrome from Graff | Featuring the choice of marble and brass handle covers with an innovative clip design that can be made in any of GRAFF’s signature finishes, MOD+ makes every design idea possible.
Siam Metallic tile from Artistic Tile | Using the centuries-old Aquaforte etching technique, Siam© creates a lush art deco motif in a lightly textured, golden metallic wall tile.
La Strada wallpaper from Juju Papers | A large-scale, textural collage of rounded and serpentine forms, made with sponge painting and screen-printing squeegees. Seen here in Gold on Charcoal.
Maestro Round Bathroom Sink from Native Trails | From the acclaimed Maestro Collection, Maestro Round vessel sink highlights the pinnacle of artisan-crafted copper, wrought from an estimated 30,000 strikes of a hammer.
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