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Mixing Metals: The Design Trend Your Bathroom Needs

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.   KOI BATHTUB 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. GET THE PRICE COLOSSEUM FLOOR MIRROR  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. GET THE PRICE LAPIAZ VESSEL SINK The Lapiaz…

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Mixing Metals Is The New Trend You Will Want To Follow 

Mixing Metals – This summer we are mixing it up! This season it’s all about playing with both warm and cool metallic tones. Mixing the warmer tones of copper, gold or brass with the cooler tones of chrome, silver, and steel brings sophisticated dazzle to your interior. Today, Best Design Books is going to show you why mixing metals is the new trend you will want to follow.     Metal isn’t just for the kitchen and bathroom, it can also liven up a living space. Typically larger than the kitchen or bath, the living room provides a larger playground, which is nice if you want to try new ideas. LAPIAZ CONSOLE  Resembling a freshly cracked stone, the Lapiaz Console celebrates the world’s treasures, which are revealed to a select few. Drawing inspiration from Boca do Lobo’s emblematic Lapiaz line, this modern console suits a variety of environments thanks to its graceful form. Finding balance in terms of shape, and materials, the Lapiaz Console breathes sophistication and delicacy, maintaining a light presence. The Lapiaz’s interior is finished in polished brass which is manually fitted, a unique element that can be complemented with polished stainless steel, or with Boca do Lobo’s selection of wood veneers, ensuring a match…

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Metals: A Shining Design Trend For Your Entryway

Metals – Anodized surfaces are having it’s the moment now, while copper and rose gold are out this year. Chrome arrives with 2019’s standout colors that embody the warmer spectrum of the color wheel. Today, Best Design Books is going to show you how you can enhance your entryway with metals.   When you mixed metals, you elevate your space with a cultivated style and unexpected twist. Just take a look at our suggestion: The Lapiaz Console suits a variety of environments thanks to its graceful form. Finding balance in terms of shape, and materials, the Lapiaz Console breathes sophistication and delicacy, maintaining a light presence. The Lapiaz’s interior is finished in polished brass which is manually fitted, a unique element that can be complemented with polished stainless steel, or with Boca do Lobo‘s selection of wood veneers, ensuring a match with its context. The Lapiaz Sideboard originates from one of Boca do Lobo’s iconic design pieces. Based on the same aesthetic that created a legacy, the Lapiaz Sideboard takes exceptional craftsmanship and design to a new realm. Consisting of two individual modules, the Lapiaz is finished in polished stainless steel that portrays a perfect mirror, with a poplar root wood veneer…

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