I think the first time I really fell in love with brass was during Milan design week a few years ago when seeing the work of
The Popularity of Brass in Interior Design
Brass has a rich history of popularity within interior design, spanning various eras. The Victorian era, in particular, showcased its allure due to its opulent aesthetic. Furthermore, brass experienced a resurgence during the mid-20th century. In today’s design landscape, brass is experiencing a renewed vogue, emerging as a versatile and chic choice for interior elements. This resurgence can be attributed to evolving home décor trends and a growing fondness for the inclusion of warm, metallic embellishments in contemporary interiors.
The thing I love most about brass is its ability to infuse spaces with both warmth and elegance. At home I have used brass in my kitchen. Both the handles from my Reform kitchen and the 3 meter light above the countertop by Anour are made out of brass. In this post where I showed a few new images of my kitchen you can see both handles and the lamp:
PUTRELLINO table by Dimore
In 2006 Dimore brought out 2 pieces in brass that caught my attention when scrolling through
The table takes its inspiration from industrial aesthetics, featuring a sleek and minimalist framework serving as a multi-purpose element, designed to be used as both a low table and seating.
RIFLESSO wall lamp
This lighting fixture combines modern sophistication with a touch of vintage charm, creating a captivating visual experience. The soft, diffused light of the Riflesso wall lamp creates an intimate atmosphere, highlighting the intricate details of its surroundings. // Wall lamp in oxidized and polished brass. Light diffuser in opal perspex.