Brushed brass accents and warm gray tones for your bathroom makeover.

May 22, 2017

If you're thinking of transforming your bathroom and wish to create a luxury style oasis, here are some ideas on how to add some glam to your room. Brushed brass is one of my go too materials, that in my opinion can add luxury to any room. Introducing it with some warm gray tones gives it a more modern feel with out it becoming stark and cold. I have selected a few beautiful pieces from some of the industries top brands to create an inspiration board that I hope gives you that jump start to your project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

In a retro-inspired brass finish, this Hexagon Frame Mirror dresses up walls with a minimalist-meets-modern feel. Hang it over a console, next to a coat rack in the entryway or a bathroom vanity. www.westelm.com

 

 

 

Furniture Guild designs and builds beautiful vanities like this Alton 615 in granite walnut finish with brushed brass frame. www.thefurnitureguild.com 

 

 

 

 

The Litze Bath Collection melds innovative engineering and artistry to strike a balance that is equally at home in modern classic environments and urban industrial spaces. www.brizo.com

 

 

 

The Hudson Valley Rousseau Pendant features simplicity with artistic integrity. The round dimpled glass slightly obscures the view of the vintage filament bulb, lighting the space with a sophisticated take on minimalism. Get creative by using a few in different sizes and colors, or just use one as an accent light. www.hudsonvalleylighting.com
 

 

 

Taj Mahal is one of my favorite stones. It features calm soothing colors in a neutral color palette. It's a quartzite stone used for countertops, floors, walls and is expanding rapidly. It is harder and more resistant to stains than granite. For the best selection of stone visit www.cumar.com

 

 

 

I love the look of metal inlays for floors and walls in homes or commercial space. It's a great way to add old world glam to your surfaces. In this application they have selected hardwood but you could easily use porcelain wood tile instead. 

 

 

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