All that Glitters is Gold

Wave goodbye to the winter blues because interiors are about to get a gold infusion, as designers look towards ‘truer’ golds to create an updated look that projects sophistication into any room. You too can create an interior fit for a King (or Queen) with these top tips from our designers.

Less is more

Clear the clutter because ‘less is more’ when it comes to interior design. An area with too much going on is chaotic and stressful – your space should be a personal haven. Instead, sprinkle golden hues into your home with stylish accents that enhance the rest of your home. For example, crisp golden highlights such as table decorations add a stunning high-shine to natural wooden pieces.

Feminine Tones

Romantic tones like blush and dusty pink are set for a huge revival this spring. Think warm, feminine tones with dashes of soft pinks to break up neutral decor, such as taupe walls. Carefully placed golden accents and accessories will create a luxurious twist on this subtle, yet popular, colour pallet. We love gold statement mirrors, coffee tables and lighting.

Mixed Metals

An ensemble of, no more than three, metal accents is set to be this year’s embellishment of choice for interior designers. A mixture of complimentary metals helps to create definition and balance in a room, for a relaxing retreat from the hussle and bussle of everyday life. For the ultimate luxury home, gold hues mix beautifully with oil-rubbed bronze and aged iron tones.