This polished-nickel faucet sparkles next to the oil-rubbed-bronze cabinet hardware.
I spy three distinct metal finishes in this traditional New York kitchen: copper pendant lights, stainless steel appliances and oil-rubbed-bronze cabinet hardware.
Filling a kitchen with contrasting cabinetry finishes is also in vogue. If you like the idea of mixing metals but aren't sure where to start, consider selecting a different metal to complement each cabinet type. For example, in this kitchen oil-rubbed-bronze knobs and hinges pop against the white cabinetry, while brushed-nickel pulls outfit the walnut island.
In this Seattle kitchen, brushed plumbing fixtures and appliances work superbly with oil-rubbed-bronze decorative hardware and pendants.
Combining a warm yellow brass with nickel is one of the bravest metal combinations you can make. Tenney Construction fearlessly and seamlessly combined brass drawer pulls with nickel plumbing and lighting fixtures in this Texas kitchen.
The light from the kitchen sink window and bronze sconces is beautifully reflected off polished nickel fixtures here.
It's "opposites" day: Nickel hardware graces the black painted island, while oil-rubbed-bronze drawer pulls stand out on the white cabinetry.