Fashion and interior design trends may evolve on parallel paths. Gold, silver, bronze or copper mixes in jewelry have been an accepted fashion statement for decades. Cartier may have brought it to the mainstream in the 1970’s with Love bracelets and bands featuring yellow gold, white gold and rose gold. Today it’s a classic look. The concept has been used more cautiously in interiors, but it is now trending strong. Mixing metals doesn’t have to be a bold choice. Select a dominant metal like bronze and accent it with matte gold. Use your color scheme as a guide to integrate wall coverings, interesting textiles and a mix of metal finishes and textures to add character and interest to your interior.
7.90361 | 13.5″L x 13.5″W x 29″H
Cast Aluminum gives this lamp rich textural interest, especially when dipped in acid. Bronze metal shade. Antique Brass Base and Bronze finial.
3.31121 | 16″L x 9.5″W x 22″H
3.31122 | 13.5″L x 9″W x 14.5″H
Delicate, hand-applied C-scroll handles decorate these Italian ceramic vases and cachepot with electroplated metallic finishes.
1.10114 | 10.5″Dia. x 17.25″H
1.10115 | 6″Dia. x 10″H
The finial on these decanters is matte finished brass cast in India, and the glass is hand-blown, mold-formed in Portugal. The two elements are married to produce these elegant decanters.
Luxe Gold Leaf Rectangle Trays
7.20044 | 25″L x 18″W x 2.25″H
7.20045 | 18″L x 14″W x 2.25″H
Made exclusively for Studio A Home, this high-quality Vietnamese lacquer is made in the traditional, multi-layered process which requires seven layers and several weeks to achieve a perfect finish.
8.82002 | 7″L x 8″W x 15″H
The graceful woman in this cast iron sculpture dances with a ribbon made of sheet brass on a black granite base.