How to Use Brass and Gold Accents in Your Kitchen
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A common trend that we are seeing all over is brass and gold accents in the kitchen. Yes, it is a repeat of the 80’s and early 90’s, but it is a much better and more modern take on this previous fad. With different shapes, angles, hardware, and lighting to choose from, you don’t have to settle for a traditional approach.
The kitchen above has a variety of brass accents that all work well together. The hardware on the cabinets look great paired with the crystal chandelier. They also use different accessories throughout the kitchen in the same brass tones. It’s complimentary without being over done.
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This kitchen has a major wow factor. The hood has been trimmed in brass, which matches the oven knobs and pot filler spout. This approach is for someone who is very invested in the brass look.
For a clean and minimalist look, brass has been added to this kitchen through pendant lights and a faucet. The cabinet hardware is also brass, but it doesn’t shout out at you, mostly because of how small the knobs are. This look also proves that you can mix brass and stainless steel for a cohesive look.
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Brass really has come back and it looks better than ever. With so many styles and shapes to choose from, you can truly find the perfect brass accessory for your kitchen.
What are your thoughts about this trend? Do you have brass in your kitchen?