Add some glamour and warmth to any space with these small, simple touches of metallic finishes.
Stainless steel and other metallic finishes might make you think of cold, sterile commercial kitchens, but infusing hints of metal into your
From tiles and wallpaper to hardwares and light fixtures, we’re sharing seven easy ways to let metallic shine, without going over the top.
1. Create a Metallic Feature Wall
Feature walls are a great way to create a focal point in a room and to experiment with color, pattern, and finish. Wallpapers with metallic finishes, as pictured above, make for a great feature wall because of their reflective nature, which bounces off light and catches the eye.
2. Install a Metallic Light Fixture
You may have noticed that many light fixtures are often available in a range of metallic finishes, from polished chrome to a more matte copper. Part of this is because the reflective surfaces of these items help to bounce and disperse natural and artificial light.
Fixtures like chandeliers and pendants that are often installed overhead assist in bringing the eye upward, especially when they shimmer from a metal-like surface.
3. Use a Metallic Backsplash
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