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3 Colour Schemes to Pair with Brass Hardware

3 Colour Schemes to Pair with Brass Hardware - Armac Martin

Brass has been a covetable accent in the world of interiors for decades. Presenting an elegant look that caters to both contemporary and traditional styled spaces, the decadent metal accentuates an array of different looks and promises to bring a true touch of luxury to your interiors. The beauty of brass is that you’ll also find endless colours to complement its lustrous golden hues and so to inspire you, from jewel-toned blues to bright brilliant whites, our design experts have selected 3 colour schemes to pair with brass hardware in your home.

Heritage Navy 

Navy blue is synonymous with luxury; think regal sapphire tones brimming with depth and beauty. Paired with polished brass, this classic combination is both opulent and inviting making it an attractive choice for kitchens, dining rooms and living rooms alike. 

We love how the Studio Cunningham team opted for hardware from our Queslett collection to adorn the cabinets and drawers in this exquisite kitchen. The polished brass pulls and knobs sit beautifully against the Hicks Blue paint from Little Greene Paint Company, creating a truly timeless aesthetic.

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Marble & White 

You may well have seen this colour scheme all over Pinterest and that’s because, for more contemporary interior concepts, marble, white and gold exudes liveable luxury. Popular in bathrooms and kitchens, pure white walls present the illusion of space, whilst stylish marble surfaces and brass details bring a boutique feel.

In this kitchen by Eilish Rickard Interiors and Newcastle Designs, the marble splashback and countertops from Miller Brothers Stone add undeniable style to the on-trend space. Finished with our burnished brass Leebank collection pulls, to decorate the kitchen doors and drawers, these elegant golden touches accompany the other brass accessories to display a uniform look throughout.

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Peacock Blue 

A marriage of rich blues and greens, peacock blue is a wonderful option to pair with brass details. The colour lends itself to all kinds of interior concepts from minimal to industrial and it’s the textures you choose to decorate with that can transform the colour from on-trend to traditional in an instant. 

In one of Richard Burke Design’s latest projects, the main feature of the kitchen is the painted cabinets in timeless Inchyra Blue from Farrow and Ball, finished with burnished brass Armac Martin hardware. This colour scheme adds depth, character and charm to the modern space, helping to achieve a mid-century look.

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