The Truth About Mixing Metals In Your Home
Your home should be a reflection of your style, which means if you want to use crazy colors, then do it! This also applies to using different metals around your house as well. If you want brushed nickel, but also want stainless steel appliances, do it! We are going to give you a few tips on how to navigate choosing the perfect metals that go perfectly with the entire house.
Choose one main metal
When you are thinking about adding cabinet hardware to your kitchen, choose one metal that will be the focus of your room. If you have stainless steel appliances, you might want to use silver as your focus. Once you have your dominant metal picked out, you can choose a secondary metal that compliments the dominant metal. For example, maybe you want a classic black and white kitchen. Use silver as your dominant metal and then use a black metal as an accent metal. It'll add depth, a pop of color and personality to your kitchen, without going too overboard.
Keep it consistent