This design features yellow-gold brass hardware. The result is a more traditional look. The faucet, overhead ring light and cabinet pulls are all the same shade of gold. Interestingly, the knobs on the stainless steel stove and the edges of the range hood also match. These cookware finishes are a unique addition that gives the space a customized feel.
Antique brass kitchen hardware is perfect for homeowners who want to add a vintage touch to their home. The aged brass here is beautiful in combination with white cabinets and marble finishes. This kitchen also has an antique brass and gold open shelving unit to store sleek white porcelain dish ware. The dark brown island and butcher block countertop add style and functionality.
This relaxed gold and white kitchen features rustic reclaimed wood accents and a vintage black stove front. A simple runner rug and large clay vase contribute to the calm, composed yet artistic style of this space. Small brass knobs and pulls add a hint of gold without distracting from the overall design. If you aren’t ready to commit to an all-white kitchen with gold accents, try this kitchen’s approach by adding in some natural wood and black finishes.
Gold Kitchen Sink
You’ve likely seen gold sink faucets, but have you ever seen a gold sink basin? This luxe under mount sink in matte gold looks divine against white marble countertops and backsplash. Without question, it’s a sink fit for royalty. Gold sinks are typically made of stainless steel and then treated with a gold finish. This design is certainly a far cry from the typical stainless steel sink design. Would you install a golden sink in your home?
The hardware in this kitchen is champagne copper, a pinker version of classic gold. Perfect for traditional or contemporary kitchens, champagne copper cabinet hardware provides the golden look with less brassiness. Extra long bar pulls combined with smaller knobs give the white shaker cabinets a sleek and functional style. The single-handle copper sink makes the design feel vintage and homey.
If you really want to go bold with your kitchen design, consider a polished copper backsplash. Polished copper looks similar to gold but will be more affordable than other gold-colored metals. The bright sheen of a reflective backsplash can revive an outdated kitchen and function as the visual centerpiece of the room. This designer paired a copper backsplash and white shaker kitchen cabinets with a large dark wood island to create a striking contrast.