Create an entire vignette of gold furniture and accessories. Try using gold almost as a neutral. The metallic hue works with anything when toned down against a black or white background, so you can make a big visual splash without going totally overboard.
Using gold in home design isn't particularly new, but it's usually seen in accessories. Instead, try introducing this glamorous metallic confidently by choosing furniture finished in gold, like these eye-catching chairs.
Think of the places that you'd never expect to find gold, like the ceiling. Not only will it instantly contemporize a space, but the reflections will help the room feel more spacious.
No need to stop at the ceiling. If you apply gold up top, amplify the trend by pulling the metallic into the room through wallpaper.
Artwork and wallpaper are great solutions for wall decor. But what about covering a wall in gold leaf? You can’t beat the powerful look, not to mention the warm, rich texture this application provides.
If an entire wall is a little over the top for you, scale it back by choosing gold molding. There's no denying the glamorous effect, especially when it's paired with stunning green marble.
If the outside of your home needs a desperate dose of chic, use gold for the front doors. Your visitors will be greeted in style.
It’s never easy to disguise unsightly home elements like pipes. Instead, make them a fun visual accessory with a coat of paint in a gold hue. Suddenly this pipe fits right into the decor scheme.
Gold accessories can feel updated and on trend when paired with brass in some fashion — whether it's a mirror overhead or detailing in the furniture.
Take this luxurious material matchup to the other rooms in your home. Pair gold furnishings with marble flooring in your living or dining areas to greet guests in splendor.