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Home Style: As Good As Gold

Bring on the bling for a modern, luxurious look.



Gold accessories have been making a comeback over the last few years. If the first thought that brings to mind is the shiny, 1980s-era metallic of yore, don’t panic. The new gold is burnished, muted and luxurious. Use it on cabinet hardware, fixtures, tabletop accessories or lighting for a sumptuous Midas touch.
 

photos courtesy Weisshouse


Himalayan Chair from Weisshouse, $1,595
 


Brushed gold Kano Pendant from Weisshouse, $575
 


Cancun Side Table from Weisshouse, $1,890
 


photos courtesy splash kitchen bath home

 



Brizo pulldown industrial-style kitchen faucet from the Litze collection in brilliance luxe gold finish from SPLASH Kitchen Bath Home (price varies by configuration)





 



Moonscape edge pull in brushed bronze patina by Rocky Mountain Hardware from SPLASH Kitchen Bath Home (price varies by configuration)

 


Ore Collection by Rocky Mountain Hardware from SPLASH Kitchen Bath Home (price varies by configuration)
 

THE STORES

SPLASH Kitchen Bath Home: 1237 Freedom Road, Cranberry Township, 724/772-1060; 4807 William Penn Highway, Murrysville, 724/733-2600; 1400 William Flynn Highway, Glenshaw, 412/486-2700; splashshowrooms.com

Weisshouse 324 S. Highland Ave., Shadyside; 412/441-8888, weisshouse.com

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