In 2020,“go for the gold,” proclaims Los Angeles Times. “Warm metallics like gold and brass look lovely paired with updated color palettes. The home renovation matchmaking service at Sweeten expects the finishes to be favored on everything from lighting fixtures and cabinet pulls to bar stools and kitchen faucets.

Mixing metals

a rise in high-contrast textiles and the mixing of muted tones with over-the-top colors and patterns as well as the blending of materials to make edgy combinations of high-gloss finishes with rustic textures, textured surfaces with plain patterns and metallics with matte,”states MansionGlobal.com. What’s more: “Mixing metals in unique ways is another example of how the look is expressed—a nickel faucet with brass lighting or oil rubbed bronze hardware and satin brass accents, for instance. Mixing metals in unique ways is another example of how the look [ is expressed—a nickel faucet with brass lighting or oil rubbed bronze hardware and satin brass accents, for instance.

Metallic Trend, one of the Top Trends to 2020,” declares AlmaDeluce.com. “We all love luxury and sophisticated environments and 2020 looks to be great to reach that. Think in ideas and inspirations with bright and keep gold tones that Metallic Trend is going to add to the luxury interiors.”

What’s more AlmaDeluce.com proclaims “Metal: The secret for dazzling and sophisticated interiors

The site explains: “Metals will come to the décor in 2020 in all its variants, from minimalist environments with steel or oxidized look to gold (brass) and silver metal details for more sumptuous interiors.

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Mixed Metallics, is a trend for 2020, according to EssentialHome.eu. On the latest years, we saw that metallics can really make a difference in many decors, but normally we see metallics separated, because many people think it’s too risky to put them together. Well, guess what? This is the time to risk it! Break the rules and just do it! It’s going to be a great way to sparkle your decor, so don’t be afraid of combining them!”so writes EssentialHome.eu

Brass everything

From kaitlinmadden.com : “Brass is still a big time trend, despite the fact that I also said polished silver and nickel are also trending. Brass is gorgeous, and pairs perfectly with marble for little cocktail tables, and in kitchen decor and so many other applications. The one thing I think that will happen to brass, though, is that it’s going to be more toned down in 2020 and in years to come. Think antique brass, not the yellow, shiny stuff from the past few year.