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If your bathroom color scheme leans mostly cool, consider adding in brass to warm things up. Conversely, if you have a lot of warmth, pulling in some chrome, nickel or black will offer a nice contrast.
When placing these metals around your bathroom, visualize a triangle with three points connecting your main pieces. For instance, if you have a chrome faucet, balance it with two other chrome elements in the room.
Metals are primarily categorized into two groups: Warm Metals and Cool Metals. It’s helpful to know the differences between these metals and how they can be combined to create a harmonious look.
Choosing the right combination of metals can enhance various design styles, whether it’s traditional, rustic, or modern. Warm metals like brass and bronze create an elegant and timeless atmosphere.
When it comes to setting the tone for your bathroom, the theme you choose plays a crucial role. Incorporating different trends and themes can help you establish a cohesive design while mixing metals.
Remember, first, you should consider the different metal finishes available, such as polished, brushed, or matte. You will want to select a primary metal, which will be the dominant element in the room.
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