Fixtures are a simple way to test the waters. They’re an easy and relatively inexpensive way to accessorize and update a room. NOTE: Purchase solid bronze hardware or fixtures rather than plated brass. The natural finish of solid bronze shows beautiful variations in color and tone and ages beautifully. This is often referred to as a “living finish.”
If you wait long enough, everything comes back in style. Yes, brass is back. But not the shiny brass you may remember from the 80s. The “new” brass is much more understated and luxurious. Aged gold, champagne gold, satin gold, there are so many different variations in color and finish beyond the standard polished brass look. If you’re looking for an option other than brushed nickel or stainless steel, think about brass. As with any interior decorating process, you can add as little or as much as you like. A slower, gradual introduction of a new design element is a great way to test the waters. Change out your drawer pulls or smaller fixtures, then maybe add a pendant light or small table. Here are some decor inspirations on how to use brass in your home.
Brass In The Bath
Brass Home Decor