Guess which elemental piece is making a comeback in the design scene? Marble! The natural, earthy tones of marble, especially when used in classic furnishings, are captivating with its casual swirls and veins in the same hue, but of different opaqueness.
Marble can be made more modish by throwing in rose gold accents. This pairing gives the room an industrial, minimalist feel with a dash of dainty.
Decorate your marbled walls with faux metal pipes. Then dangle a rose gold lamp from them. If you have a marbled tabletop, dine with stainless steel utensils. You can buy a kitchen set collection in rose gold online. Make your kitchen setup even lovelier with Agate coasters edged in rose gold.
DIY-ing This Chic New Look
Marble is undeniably expensive and so is gold plating. Don’t let this stop you from making your home trendy. Believe it or not, you can achieve this chic new look without breaking the bank.
For the marble replacements, you can consider ceramic faux marble blocks sold in homeware and décor stores. This will give you the same effect at a lower price. You just have to be willing to spend some time looking. As for the rose gold touch, you can magically craft your own with spray paint. Yes, spray paint! Go to your local craft or hardware store. You’re likely to find what you need. If not, you can opt for a copper metallic tone. You’ll end up with an almost rose gold finish. Either way, it will create the desired effect.
With this, you can spray paint your rusty bed frame, your metal lamp, ordinary pipes, and even bowls.
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