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Gilded Glam

Last week I was talking to Ashlina of The Decorista about her favorite interiors and one of the words that kept coming up was "sparkle." We agreed that we both love rooms with lots of texture and visual interest — and that the best way to accomplish the look is to bring in lots of metallic and reflective surfaces. Here's a little interior inspiration to get your creative juices flowing...
Framed gold art echoes the clean lines of a brass coffee table. But it's the bedroom on the right that steals my heart! Gold campaign hardware on a gray nightstand and a chic gold mirror above the bed — what's not to love?
More gold and gray in the beautiful kitchen on the left! And if you're committed to going all out, might I recommend the kitchen on the right? I shared one view of this space last week and I believe we all agreed that the ceiling is to die for. But the gold accents on the black stove? Nothing short of heavenly.

{images on my interiors board}

9 comments:

Cara said...

agreed!

Brittany {Gallery No. Eight} said...

Gorgeous! Love all the little hits of gold - it makes everything so chic! xo

Lavender and Lilies said...

I agree. The kitchen on the bottom right is amazing.

Jessica Rowe {The Aestate} said...

I'm so glad gold is making a comeback. Its so warm and classic. And who doesn't love a little sparkle?
xo
Jessica

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Bec said...

that kitchen pretty much made my jaw drop. it's like someone looked into my mind.

Shannon Darrough said...

Love those touches of gold and brass ... just the right amount of glitz and sass!

Sara said...

I love the gold accents. It's so chic and classic!

Leslie said...

I love the idea of a room that sparkles!

victoria | vmac+cheese said...

I completely agree! I like interiors that feel warm and welcoming and lived in, but adding those little touches of gold brings in that element of chicness. The living room photo you chose is perfect -- love that beautiful hunter green paired with the gold! And campaign hardware is one accent that will never go out of style, to me at least.