A vintage brass chandelier and light gold headboard soften the graphic wallpaper in this sophisticated bedroom. The designer kept everything else white, including the rest of the walls, so the space feels light and relaxing.
The room has a push and pull between cool gray tones and warm champagne tints creating an unexpected mix of finishes. Textured wallpaper serves as a backdrop to a gallery wall of gold-framed '20s prints.
This luxury living room boasts gold accents, metallic finishes and a neutral color scheme that is anything but boring. To avoid a monochromatic color scheme in your space, bump the color of your wall up or down one shade on the color wheel to create a 3-D effect.
Inspired by the glamorous 1920s homes on the North Shore of Long Island, this transitional sitting room glitters with gold accents. White walls and carpet keep the room airy and light, while a geometric-patterned couch provides a stylish seat for lounging.
Gold is the predominant accent color in this lovely taupe brown bedroom. A chandelier holds court in the center of the room, while a fireplace flanked by two blue chairs with gold throw pillows serves as the room's focal point.
With metallic pendant lights and three gold-trimmed barstools, this open kitchen feels both edgy and luxurious. A large island ensures the owners have plenty of room to prep dinner or entertain visitors.
This beautiful formal living room features dark hardwood flooring, a glass coffee table and cream-colored furniture, including a sofa, two chairs and a chaise. A black and white fireplace is situated between two windows, which are partially covered by sage green curtains.
Subway tile is laid in a modified brick pattern, adding interest to the white walls of this sleek, contemporary bath. Gray tile is offset by gold accessories, including luxe gold damask-pattern guest towels.
Contemporary gold sconces flank the slipcovered black headboard, which creates a striking contrast against the gray-and-white bedding. A sleek nightstand adds extra storage to the space, while motorized navy shades block out light.
In this after photo, DIY blogger Yuni Min shows how you can totally remake your room without breaking the bank, simply by painting and refinishing. “If you’re on a budget, try some simple DIY changes with paint, and it can really update the furniture completely,” says Min, who blogs at Love Your Abode. Min used Sherwin-Williams Pure White for the bed and updated the rest of the furniture with Velvet Finishes paint by Kellie Smith, gold spray paint and gold Rub-n-Buff wax metallic finish.