5/14/2019

How To Incorporate Mixed-Metals In Your Kitchen

This post is in partnership with Lowe's. All opinions are 100% my own. 
I've been told multiple times that I was brave to mix so many different metals in my kitchen during the remodeling process. In the end, everyone loved it. I had a precise vision for my kitchen and I wasn't going to let doubt stop me from seeing it through. I wanted my kitchen to look one-of-a-kind, chic, and luxurious. Mixing metals was actually easy. It's just like mixing jewelry. The only difference is that it's a bit more permanent in the kitchen :) I sourced all of my metals and products from Lowe's because they have a huge selection and I love being bale to one-stop-shop.

Here's how I approached mixing metals in my kitchen and you can easily recreate it too. 

-Decide on one focal metal select other items around it. For me, it was my Sinkology Antique Copper sink. This beautiful farmhouse sink was my focal metal piece. It tells you, this is about to be a fun kitchen. Ha! It also tells you, expect the unexpected and be prepared to be swooned. 
-Decide on how many different metals you want to build around your focal metal. I decided on 4 others (gold, bronze, rose gold, and brass with silver appliances). Common combos are silver & gold, brass and nickel, gold & rose gold. 
-Decide if you want to keep metals that are alike together, or shift them around your kitchen. For me, I shifted them around my kitchen. I loved the flow of moving from one metal to the next. For example; My bronze sink is a beautiful rose gold Delta Trinsic faucet and next to it is my silver Samsung dishwasher
-Finally, decorate your space with more metals. This can be in the form of small appliances or decor items. If you've missed the entire Kitchen reveal, you can see it all here
I hope you consider mixing metals on your next home remodel project. 
Thanks for reading 
xoxo
Keyma
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  1. I never in a 1000 years would of thought about using different metals in my kitchen. Our kitchen and dining area flows into the living room. The kitchen space needs to be totally demolished and re-vamped. I have many pieces of copper, from my Swedish mother. Now I know for sure that metal and other types will be an integral part to the new design.

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