Mix Metals Is the Perfect 2019 Design Trend for Bathroom Interiors ⇒ Today, the Best Design Books blog will showcase a unique design moodboard that is inspired by the use of more natural-looking metals. While trends like copper and rose gold may not be as strong as they used to be, chrome and anodized surfaces are bound to quite in fashion for 2019, especially the first one that is the perfect fit with the 2019’s standout colors, all of which just like this metal embody warmer qualities.
Have you heard about the expression mix metals? Well, if you haven’t let’s see … this expression is often used in the design industry when designers combine various metals into a single production, take, for example, silver, gold brass and even iron. This is done so in order to a visual appeal and depth to an interior design space. It also provides more textures and layers to the interiors and this strategy is actually rather effortless and it makes your home quite special.
One division where this can happen beautifully is the bathroom. Chrome is back and as we said before it is the idyllic material to match with the hit colors of the moment, and, of course, glamour.
Furthermore, gold, silver, mirror, brass, cast iron and stainless-steel return and with these trends come the opportunity to create even more beautiful bathroom designs.
In the meantime, this notion has actually raised a lot of questions in the industry, because many believe that mixing all these metals is not the greatest idea, but it can actually work perfectly if one does it the right way. The most important thing is to select a dominant metal first similar to what decorators and interior designers do when choosing a color palette. Then, proceed to select the same finish in order to give a unified appearance to your design.
If you’re trying to bring together opposing metals, consider taking that thought literally and finding a single, marrying piece that includes all of them, whether it be in a sink or a cabinet and you can also go all in with bathroom accessories. Just make sure that everyone ties up nicely! However, there’s also another option which is to highlight a statement piece made of an opposing metal and make it the focal point of your bathroom. This piece must be bigger and bolder, take, for example, a mirror or a chandelier and guarantee that the distinct metal does all the work.
As a whole, metals like gold and copper present warmer tones whereas silver and chrome come across as cooler. Choosing one of each for your interior design will certainly offer a stronger contrast and it will draw immediate attention to your space.
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