Brass accents pop against the cool grays of this contemporary living room. A sleek wood panel turns the TV wall into a focal point, and also ties in with a picture rail that runs the length of a long wall, a nod to interiors past. A modern brass sofa table teams with a pair of side tables to create symmetry that helps harmonize the space.
Brass hardware gives this white, streamlined kitchen a dose of warmth and classic style. The island features a top with a modern waterfall edge, and acrylic barstools all but disappear in the space. A nook off the kitchen serves as a compact home office.
This modern kitchen mixes all-white cabinetry with chic polished brass hardware for a spare, clean look. A trio of brass pendants hangs above the island, which features a waterfall quartz top. Acrylic barstools are sleek and modern.
A favorite feature of this high rise condo kitchen is the full size keg with brass gold hardware. If someone is ever lucky enough to see this high-rise jewel, it may not be a bad idea to toast the town from the fourteen-foot custom bar with floor-to-ceiling windows. Viva Las Vegas!
This modern living room is cozy, yet polished. Gray walls provide a serene backdrop for a mix of neutral furnishings and bold blue and yellow accents. Meanwhile, wood and brass accents add warmth to the space. The designers planned to space to be both modern and bold with carefully placed pops of color to liven up the otherwise neutral design.
Add bubbly and metal accents for an instant update to a bar cart when entertaining. Here, interior designer Jade Joyner, co-owner of Metal + Petal in Athens, Ga., paired a foxtail fern in a gold pot with vintage-looking amber decanters. For height and an eclectic accent, she selected a larger decanter with a brass bug cap.
Layer conversation pieces onto a coffee table tray to keep your design interesting and functional. “The triangle tray is a solid brass catch all. The books were chosen to bring a bit of saturated color into the center of the room while anchoring the bright pink with a more grounded, subdued toned book beneath it,” says designer Caitlin Murray.