After a number of years of silver-toned fixture finishes taking center stage, gold is ready for the spotlight. There are a number of different shades available, from traditional yellow bases to rose tones, matte, brushed and polished as well. And, because the selection is so extensive, you'll have the opportunity to create a truly one-of-a-kind look that will stand the test of time.
Gold is definitely a luxe look that is also quite versatile. While you can use gold fixtures and faucets as statement pieces, gold also works great as a neutral around which you can use other metal finishes.
Here's a peak at some beautiful rooms using gold fixtures and accents:
Moen uses gold to bring together a transitional design. While the design of the faucets, hardware and accessories are a nod to contemporary and modern styles, the gold finish softens any edginess and brings a little bling to the traditional vanity cabinet.
Brizo's Litze kitchen collection in gold creates visual interest without overpowering the beautiful details found in the rest of the room. Interesting details like knurling on the pull-down sprayer add an extra dash of personality, and the convenience of a pot filler faucet cannot be overstated.
Kohler used a gold faucet, hardware and accessories for its Purist collection as a base for this eclectic bathroom. Using gold faucets and fixtures - especially in the bathroom - gives you permission to do something a little unexpected.
Kallista pairs the sleek functionality of the One faucet at the sink with a more traditional faucet from the Parq collection at the bar/prep sink and chunky cabinet hardware - all in gold - for a seamless design that works.