Incorporating Gold in Your Interior Design

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Interior design should be modeled with the aim of infusing your home with your personality. That’s why you should improve your home’s interior in a way that speaks to you. If you love gold, and you’re wondering about the best way to incorporate it in your interior design, here are a few tips for you.

Use Materials That Have a Golden Tone

The first thing to keep in mind when looking for a way to incorporate gold in your interior design is to understand that you don’t have to use actual gold. There are a number of materials that can give the same effect and that will be more affordable and easier to maintain. One such material is brass, which is quite durable to boot. With regular polishing and the use of protective sealants, you can keep brass glowing beautifully for a long time.

It may not be easy to get actual gold, but luckily, people who visit your home probably won’t be able to tell if your decor is real gold regardless. Gold is a precious metal, and this is evidenced by the fact that up to 1933, America operated on the ‘gold standard.’ This meant that the Federal Reserve was required to back a portion of the currency that it issued with gold. That said, do some research to find out about various alternative materials that you can use in place of true gold. This way, you won’t have to break the bank, and you can even get a shade of gold that fits perfectly with your home’s style.

Invest in Tile With Golden Accents

Another way for you to incorporate gold in your interior design is to use it on your home’s flooring. To do this, you can look for tiles that have golden accents in them, which should be easy to find since there are many patterns and designs of tiles on the market. This is especially smart if you have to replace your flooring anyway. According to Forbes, tile flooring is very durable and is also resistant to moisture, which gives it a long lifespan that ranges from 50 to 100 years or even more. Take good care of your tile flooring to maintain its sparkle and glimmer for as long as possible.

Use Gold Accents in the Kitchen and Bathroom

You can also incorporate gold accents in your kitchen and bathroom by using brass elements such as taps and lighting fixtures. When shopping for these fixtures, make sure that you buy high-quality items that will maintain their shine for a long time. This is one of the easier ways to incorporate gold in your interior design since you don’t have to do an entire remodel of the house. That said, if you’re looking to do a complete renovation, now is the perfect time. 26% of remodeling clients, according to House Method, are doing a home remodel to modernize or upgrade their home. You can get some ideas by looking at other homeowners’ projects and adding your own golden twist to them.

Add Smaller Gold Pieces

Finally, when shopping for gold decor for your home, prioritize small, movable elements. One example of this is golden picture frames. These will add a touch of class to your family pictures, whether they’re hung on the walls or set on surfaces. You can also get table lamps that have gold-toned bases and golden candle holders that are both functional and decorative.

These are just some of the ways in which you can incorporate gold in your interior design. Soon enough, your house will become your dream home, bathed in stunning, classy gold accents. We wish you the best of luck in your redecorating endeavors!

Tim Werth
Timothy Beck Werth was born on the Fourth of July. He studied journalism, film, and radio at the University of Southern California. Previously, he worked as a reporter and copywriter in Los Angeles.
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