My kitchen design for the CS Interiors Ritz-Carlton Residences Anniversary Home– mixing gold and silver!
Thank you to Kohler + to Albar for this dramatic impact within my kitchen space. Can’t resist a shout out to one of favorite tile resources, The Fine Line for my Missoni inspired custom backsplash-Heck ya!
We have vendor presentations at our showroom weekly and during these informative tete a tetes we see the latest and greatest collections from some of our favorite lines-along with the new. The other day, we had a presentation where I spotted several fabrics that mixed silver + gold….too many to be a mere coincidence. Is this a “thing”? If so, are you digging it?
Personally, I love it. I am a metallics chick (what girl doesn’t like something sparkly?) and think if it is done carefully it doesn’t look disjointed but rather sophisticated and chic. Along with that is the idea that there are no longer any “rules” within design. Love this!
Let’s look at jewelry, for instance. David Yurman has been mixing metallics for years! Often paired with colorful gemstones, a Yurman piece is classic and lovely.
Silver + gold David Yurman jewelry
I say same goes for interiors. Here are a few of my favorite mixed metallic designs and spaces.
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