Metallic Gold & Bronze Fabulousness…

 

Carlyle Penthouse eclectic bedroom
I admit, I’m more of a gunmetal kinda girl but I do love the look of bronze and golds especially paired with black & charcoal hues. It’s so much about the above and below spaces that I adore. Primarily the my love of black being utilized in such a glam way. By painting the tre ceiling gold, it doesn’t weigh the room down. I also have a thing for argyle shaped wall patterns and you know my love of tufted & faux fur anything…
Carlyle Penthouse eclectic dining room

{The Glam Lamb}

An unexpected color palette of aqua, lime, ivory, navy & bronze. I personally love the way the colors work with one another…

{the Lennoxx}

An asian inspired console tablescape defines this hallway space. Continue reading for many more…

{Delight by Design}

I’ll tell you what I DO like about the above space…this modern fireplace & the art wall compiling of black and white images…

{annecoyleinteriors.com}

I absolutely love this high gloss black ceiling and the gold lighting pendant…

{Decor Pad}

How fab is this gold wall w/mirrored post bed frame, tufted headboard & über luxurious fabrics? The blush, bronze & taupe colors really work well with one another…

{Rate my Space user on HGTV}

This gold & ivory hued dining room is so regal and the ceiling medallion really sets off the tre ceiling…

{The Residences Chicago}

{Simply Healthy Blog}

Could you work with gold tones in your home? If so would you be bold and paint the wall or ceiling or limit the use for decor and accessories?

One Comment Add yours

  1. Candace Meyers says:

    I am curious as to the technique used to create the fabulous wall in the “Decor Pad” photo and did you use a metallic paint or plaster?

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