I came across this article and since I just love her blog I had to share it here. I love this look, take a look and see what you think.
For the Love of Brass
When I first started this blog it was called “The Brass Petal” because it combined my two favorite things – brass and flowers. But after I won DesignStar I figured it would be better to have it be my name (and Emilyhenderson.com was taken by a graphic designer- you’re welcome “Other Emily”).
This is all to say that my love of brass and gold goes 10 years back. These days all metals are competing for most glamorous and matte brass is having a bigger moment.
Now before you send all your shiny brass to the pawn shop and flood our comment area with “I thought you loved all brass,” know that I still love polished brass, specifically unlacquered brass (for how it ages naturally and has a patina) but yes, matte brass is happening and we are into it.
Bright & Beautiful
It could be brushed or satin and I’m not talking about “aged,” the brass we are talking about is bright and beautiful like it’s polished sister just less shiny, and it’s everywhere right now. While I do love an antique ornate frame or chandelier if you want to do this in a more modern way go for simpler shapes with less ornate detailing, carving, or fuss.
While this one may technically not be a residential living room, those matte brass chairs and tables are just too good not to include and is making us want to jump on the first flight to Milan to stay in this beautiful hotel.
If this is tempting you and making you consider going to the gold side, we’ve rounded up many a piece that is on the market now for your shopping/styling/loving pleasure:
You can take a look at the awesome pieces that they have come up with by reading the original article: