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Or consider translating one of the hues into a more calming shade with paint. Think buttery gold or grayish silver. These will blend with both gold and silver accents without stealing the show.
If you have a large space, consider creating a separation of areas by concentrating more gold in one space and more silver in another. In this bedroom, the sitting room features more shades of silver while the bed itself is heavier in golds, creating distinction in each space. However, the entire room as a whole feels cohesive because the curtains and paint pull in both colors.
Consider going big with one color and settling for accents with the other. This pair of Japanese silver screens invigorates this space with an eclectic punch; gold accessories on the coffee table offer just the right subtle variation.
Or if gold is more your color, make a splash with a ceiling painted in the color. A bed frame in silver complements the bold paint choice so it doesn’t become overwhelming. Who couldn’t help but feel glamorous underneath this dramatic ceiling?
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