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Brass is Back; shown with Solera Soft Shades. Home Design Ideas from D & S Fabricators.
Brass is popular again as a home decorating choice.

Add warmth to your décor with the new look of brass.

In recent years, metallic finishes have come more into style for interior design, and believe it or not, brass is popular again as a home decorating choice. The shiny, lacquered brass that was in favor a generation ago has been replaced by a gentler version of brass.

Today’s most popular brass finishes are soft with a bit of patina. Its warm sheen can make a room seem livelier and, at the same time, mellow and cozy.

A bedroom with brass lamp. Shown with Solera Soft Shades, available at D & S Fabricators.
Brass accents make a room livelier, and at the same time, mellow and cozy.
A bathroom with brass fixtures. Shown with Décor® aluminum blinds, available at D & S Fabricators.
Brass fixtures won't rust!

Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc, which makes it very strong, and it won’t rust! The actual color of brass is similar to gold, so brass used in non-metallic surfaces such as fabrics often looks the same as gold.

Think about using brass for:
– Light fixtures and lamps
– Picture and mirror frames
– Plumbing fixtures and drawer handles
– The backsplash for a bar, bookshelf or kitchen counter
– Occasional tables
– Urns and vases
– Trays and chargers
– Drapery rods
– Even a brass bed

Brass pairs well with lots of colors, including cream, white, gray, forest green, Indian red, and almost any shade of blue. Brass even goes well with other metals, including copper, chrome, stainless steel and nickel.

Add brass to your décor this season. It’s a showy addition that will bring warmth to your home environment. For more ideas and help with your next design project, contact us here at D & S Fabricators.

January 2018

A kitchen with brass lamp and brass-colored tile. Paired with blue cabinets and copper kitchen accessories. Shown with EverWood® TruGrain® blinds, available at D & S Fabricators
Brass pairs well with almost any shade of blue - and even copper!
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