Just like mixing patterns, mixing metals on the interior can be tricky, but we think we’ve mastered the art. Here are a few keys to achieving this popular look:
Interior features shouldn’t compete for your attention. Interesting texture and bold color should be complemented by simpler finishes to create a cohesive look. The key to mixing metals is to balance them intentionally throughout your space.
These gold statement pendants are subtly complemented by gold cabinet hardware creating a cohesive look.
Black and Gold will never get old! The brick-splash and two-tone metal chandelier tie this stylish kitchen together perfectly.
Here we are again with the dynamic duo: lighting and cabinet hardware!
Great architects like Mies van der Rohe and Le Corbusier have taught us that when it comes to finishes, less is more. I say, done correctly layering finishes can add interest and depth to your space – but don’t get crazy.
I consider metals to be neutral. Pair it with warm wood tones and you’ve got a flawless layered-finish look. *BONUS: You can warm silver and chrome up, or effectively tie gold accents into your space.
The layered composition of metals in these bathrooms is actual perfection.
The pop of gold in the vanity sconces, complemented by the oil rub bronze mirrors and anchored by the black hardware and plumbing fixtures? Nailed it.
Décor and accessories are a great way to help you balance your space and achieve that cohesive look with a variety of finishes.
It just works, okay.
Can you spot all the different metallics?
I’m loving these rustic pendants anchored by the darker metals, but wow, the couch pillows really tie this space together.