10 Ways to Add Brushed Brass Into Your Home

We’ve all noticed it. In the home decor stores, on our Pinterest feeds, in our best friend’s newly remodeled kitchen, there is a significant change. Somehow, very slowly, all the shiny copper decor that was once so popular is being replaced by brushed brass. Now usually, when we hear the word “brass”, we think of all those ugly shiny builder grade fixtures in a newly bought home and we wonder, why trade our copper for that? There are a few reasons. Brushed brass is not shiny builder grade brass. Brushed brass has a softer look than copper. Brushed brass will also match more styles than copper. And the changing of trends is inevitable. So before you go sobbing over your copper accessories, check out these 10 ways to add brushed brass into your home and let yourself be converted.

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Light fixtures are one of the obvious places to make the brushed brass switch. There are lots of gorgeous options that will look lovely in your home and add some glam without being too flashy. (via Veneer Designs)

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Do yourself a favor and just go look at your bathroom faucets. If they’re anything like mine, they could use a little upgrade. Brushed brass will turn a blah bath into a bam bath in an afternoon. (via Amber Interiors)

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Remember that friend with the newly remodeled kitchen? She’s crazy about her brushed brass cabinet hardware and if you give your own cabinets the same update, you will be too. It’s such an easy way to add a touch of modernist into your kitchen. (via Becki Owens)

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If you’ve ever been mirror shopping, you’ve probably noticed that most of them have some kind of border. Opt for a border in brushed brass and you’ll be surprised at how chic your space just got. (via Amber Interiors)

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Since we’re getting bigger, you might as well know that there is indeed brushed brass furniture. So consider your metals carefully and if you’re going to that soft shimmer, choose the brass. (via Style Me Pretty)

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Cutlery can make or break a dinner table decor, wouldn’t you agree? Trade your mismatched forks and spoons for a lovely matching set in brushed brass. Your table setting will be all over Instagram, I promise. (via Once Wed)

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If you love brushed brass but don’t have the bucks for fixtures or hardware, collect some small pieces like kitchen canisters or plant pots or coffee table miscellany. It will look chic and fancy without busting your wallet. (via Medina Lind)

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Maybe you can’t get enough of the brushed brass trend! If that sounds like you, take some to the office as well. A brushed brass desk lamp and a frame can bring all your other desk accessories to life. (via Sacramento Street)

Brushed brass sconcesView in gallery

You’ve probably seen these sconces before. But the beauty of the brushed brass is that they will match anywhere, from your bedroom to your office to your child’s nursery. You might want to order a few. (via Cup Of Jo)

Brushed brass range hoodView in gallery

So you’ve already installed the cabinet hardware and changed your light fixtures and traded your faucets. What’s next? Think outside the box for pieces like this brushed brass range hood. It doesn’t get more brushed brass than that! (via Flickr)