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For the season ahead, silver décor is set to make a splash as a popular look in interior design. Whether you want a bath that shimmers or a sleek kitchen with a little sparkle, here’s how to incorporate luminous silver into your abode now.
While we may want our homes to feel timeless & our décor to last forever, there's no denying that trends play a large role in the decorating process. The best interiors reflect personality while showcasing a few pieces that make it feel current. That's where simple upgrades & trends come in. The trick to decorating with trends is twofold. First, use them sparsely & focus on the ones you see yourself adopting for a long time. Second, look ahead to the trends that are on their way up, as opposed to the ones that are dwindling - & your décor will feel fresh for longer.
Bring the luxe look into any room with shiny silver accents to contrast against dark or light floors & neutral furnishings. The look of decorative silver vases & a silvery statement mirror can immediately refresh the space from the windows to the walls. Start with subtle hints of silver rather than a top to bottom metallic makeover.
As a cool metal, too much silver can make a room seem cold & unwelcoming. However, used in moderation silver can easily help brighten up a space. Silver decor elements will help bring an organic & natural serene ambiance to any space especially when mixed with other accent metals like rose gold & copper.
Whether brushed or polished to a mirror shine, it’s hard to beat the cool & reflective power of silver. Silver can be made more feminine or masculine depending on the colors you pair silver tones with. For example, making a room more masculine using silver could be achieved by adding charcoal gray, cream & blacks. To make a space more feminine, mix in silver with pinks, turquoise or lavender shades. Silver is the new go-to neutral. Good riddance greige!
Federal Brace makes it easy to achieve an alluring look with the Satin Silver Floating Shelf. Check it out online at www.FederalBrace.com or call toll-free at 1(877)353-8899 for more design assistance.