One of the great things about the interior design world is how things are always changing, yet some classics are kept unchanged and still work perfectly. One of those timeless classics is mid-century furniture and brass details. If you get the chance to look at those dreamy Palm Springs homes, you will immediately pinpoint two things: amazing mid-century lamps and furniture, and brass details all over the place. Brass helps to elevate the home design without making it look over luxurious and uncomfortable. So, keep reading and learn how to mix and match mid-century furniture and brass! Build the home of your dreams today!
Mid-century colors and its typical dark teak wood couldn’t look any better than with a simple brass floor lamp. As you can see, you don’t have to have brass everywhere to make it work and to match it with mid-century furniture. Sometimes, the right lighting design will do all the work for you!
Another way to mix brass with mid-century furniture is to have a simple side table made of brass with a gold plated finish. Preferably, you would want to mix it with other elements, such as dark marble. It will be guaranteed to be a huge hit with your clients or if you’re doing a little DIY, your family.
You can actually bring brass and put in your mid-century furniture. Not just little details here and there, but literally all over your piece. Mix it with good solid wood such as oak, or walnut and get that nice gold plated finish for the best look you can get.
Lastly, if you want to be even more discreet, you can keep your brass details in other places such as the legs of your armchair or your center table. Take a look!
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