All that shine, bling.

Last time A2 showed a couple of examples of how to bring a touch of rose gold into a room through furniture. This week, we are looking at how gold and other metallic colors can be incorporated more permanently in a room. Enjoy reading this article with some juicy ‘golden’ brown Thanksgiving turkey!

White & Gold Mosaic Tiles to add a touch of glam to your bathroom

White & Gold Mosaic Tiles to add a touch of glam to your bathroom

Gold Backsplash on a white wall at a Clothing Store provides interesting reflection depending on the time of the day

Gold Backsplash on a white wall at a Clothing Store provides interesting reflection depending on the time of the day

Gold Mosaic Tiles at a Spa turns what is otherwise a boring lit space into a piece of art, just from its reflection

Gold Mosaic Tiles at a Spa turns what is otherwise a boring lit space into a piece of art, just from its reflection

Gold and white have always been a classic. There is no other color that complements gold as best as white, which is also 2016 Color of the Year by the way.

When people think of gold, words such as opulent and overwhelming will come to mind. But with the right application, gold is better than mirror at adding depth into narrow spaces.

Similar to with white, black is also another color that goes well with gold. The only difference is that it adds a touch of masculinity to the space. 

Hotel Lobby in Shanghai

Hotel Lobby in Shanghai

Dark copper gold adds a warm woody touch to a space without missing its mirror-like reflection quality.

Copper Gold with blue pattern tiles in a bedroom

Copper Gold with blue pattern tiles in a bedroom

Silver tiles can be a great alternative if you want that mirror-like reflection quality and patterns, but don’t dig gold color. It is more neutral, which means that it compliments more range of colors than gold.