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Mixing Metals

Anodized surfaces and more natural-looking metals like chrome and brushed gold are having a moment in bathroom hardware right now. An ensemble of metal accents (no more than a mix of two to three) used throughout a bathroom is a tasteful way to create balance and definition in the space. Join Best Design Books and discover how you can use mixing metals into your luxury bathroom.

 

Mixing Metals: The Design Trend Your Bathroom Needs

Mixing Metals: The Design Trend Your Bathroom Needs

The Koi bathtub features an aged brushed brass base resembling the scales pattern of the Japanese Koi carp. The contrived patina iron tub has an oval shape and a curved lip, making it the perfect resting spot for your head. The name of this contemporary bathtub and the Japanese word for love are homophones, making the carp a symbol of love and affection.

Mixing Metals: The Design Trend Your Bathroom Needs

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Mixing Metals: The Design Trend Your Bathroom Needs

Colosseum is a full-length floor mirror supported by a Nero Marquina marble base accented by a brass trim around it. The frame structure is built in polished brass tubes, assembled to produce an oblong shape. The rings rotate 360 degrees, making this mirror a flexible and perfect piece to decorate your luxury bathroom.

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The Lapiaz vessel sink made of casted brass can be Gold, Nickel and Copper Plated or even lacquered in any colour. This irregular shaped piece will add to your bathroom the modern look you are searching for. You are able to combine it with many coloured bases and taps from any size or shape creating your own unique design.

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