Use Gold To Decorate A House

Decorating using gold is the latest trend in 2010, and a modern approach and shining ideas make this metal more precious than ever. There are many ways for increasing the expressiveness of the walls and for making your home a place where you feel at ease.Decorating your home in a theme of gold is one of the toughest themes too chose, as a single mistake can spoil the whole show and get up of the place.


Gold is a precious color, but when used excessively it can look very kitschy. I personally don’t like this color at all. Most of the times it’s used excessively or in a bad way and the results are ugly. So even if this is the latest trend, don’t be fooled by the rest of the world. Stick with your own preferences, unless you want to make your house look cheep and to ruin the beautiful design that you already have, It takes a very artistic eye to be able to use this color in a good way. So I wouldn’t recommend it to you.








There are a lot of tones of gold, and most of them are not natural looking so it’s not a good idea to use it on your furniture. It is going to look cheap and you’ll eventually realize you have ruined it and you’ll have to replace it. So unless you’re certain that this is what you want, don’t try this at home.

Published by in How To, Tips, and Advice, on February 27th, 2010


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