Studio Isle Design It may not be the first duo that comes to mind, but gray and brass is a color combination that we’re loving lately.
Courtney Giles Interiors
Warmer than silver, and more subdued than gold, the right brass can add that metallic element to a room without feeling too flashy or overdone.
Warmington and North
As soon as the Beaufort house is done, Will and I are tackling a long-overdue remodel of our bedroom and bath. We haven’t had quite enough of paint samples and fabric swatches yet…
It was next on our “to-do” list when I got pregnant, and, as I’m overboard paranoid about fumes, dust (especially in an old house!), etc., we decided to put it off until Will was a little older — and we could escape to the beach for a couple of weeks until the dust cleared and the paint cured.
Hinkley Lighting We’ve definitely decided on gray as the main color for both rooms, but the big point of contention is whether we want to change the brass shower door — and the bevy of body sprays, which, by the way, we never, ever use!
We were all set to switch them for stainless, but seeing these fabulous rooms might just give us a change of heart!
We don’t want to feel married to a metallic, so it’s nice to see in these rooms how people have mixed brass and stainless.
Kristen Panitch Of course, when you find that amazing, “just-right” brass, there’s really no need to mix… We were also trying to find a clever way to get more light into our closets. This is fabulous!
What a gorgeous place to get a little work done.
AyA Kitchens and Bath
Another stainless and brass combo that looks good enough to eat! Do we think it would work in a bathroom?
This is really unbelievably fabulous. If this was our closet, we don’t think we’d ever leave!
Kelly Wearstler Design Gray and brass has never looked so good… Wishing you all a wonderful weekend! Thanks for visiting us today!
Of all the rooms in a house to decorate, a nursery or child’s room can be both the most fun and the most difficult. Creating a room that looks like a child, but is mature enough to grow with them, is age-appropriate but still jives with the decor of the rest of your home and has furniture that is both usable and chic can be nothing short of exhausting. Sure, you could just order a pre-matched set from Pottery Barn Baby and call it a day, but what fun would that be? When it comes to designing a baby’s room that is both functional and fabulous, Susanna Salk walks the walk. In her book Room for Children: Stylish Spaces for Sleep and Play, Salk displays a bevy of photographs that are bound to inspire. Check out these beautiful examples of what’s inside.