We used to associate gold color and gilding exclusively with luxury, wealth and even some pretentiousness. It seems that the shine of this metal will be appropriate only in medieval or, at most, classical interiors; in extreme cases – in Moroccan or colonial. But if you think more broadly, it becomes clear that gilding can also bring special warmth and comfort to the interior, and to be present in modern design.
Gold color in the interior
The main thing is to think big: the gold color in the interior is not only gilded candlesticks or heavy-weight pretentious frames. It can be golden textiles, covering the walls with a characteristic shine, a “golden” mosaic or even just warm, golden lighting that creates a relaxing, cozy atmosphere in the room. With the help of this shade, it’s easy to give the design a certain sophistication, bohemianism and solemnity, and this, in turn, fits into the concept of almost any stylistic trend.
“Gold” in various styles of interior
Let’s look at where, in addition to the above styles, the gilding shine can be used. At once we would like to recall such fashionable styles as mid century or grunge. Both of them arose thanks to dissenting representatives of bohemia, who chose a more closed and non-standard way of life, but still retained their love for unusual things and, of course, art. Further – no less popular styles of loft and industrial, where local and accurate use of golden hue definitely will not do harm. Neoclassicism and Art Deco are those stylistic directions, where “gold” in general is practically an indispensable condition. In a style like kitsch in general, you can meet anything, and golden notes in Scandinavian style or in minimalism can be a pleasant surprise, and give the design of such a lack of heat.
The best background and friendly shade will be white or black. This is a win-win color combinations, which can be safely attributed to the classics of the genre. “Gold” with red color is also a very well known combination, but it has more expression and extravagance. The golden tint looks good accompanied by dark, rich and deep tones: velvet blue, chocolate wenge, dark green, wine and terracotta. “Gold” is good “friends” with the same materials as silver and wood – in the interior of such combinations are found quite often and look very harmonious.
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