Brass is back and in a big way. In fact, this warm metal has been making an appearance in both residential and hospitality projects for a couple of years now. This is not the gaudy brass of the seventies but a softer version that is beautiful in both matte and shiny finishes. And it is being seen throughout the interior design industry in furniture, lamps, hardware and accessories. Here is just a glimpse of what is out there.
You can make a bold statement in the bedroom with this new bed from Taylor Burke Home featuring a brass frame and upholstered insert.
Highly polished or left in its natural state and allowed to patina over time, brass fixtures offer a welcome option from chrome, stainless, nickel and bronze finishes that have been popular for so long.
While we do appreciate the look that brass offers, we do not work with brass. It is a soft and porous metal that will tarnish and flake off over time and certainly not give you a lifetime product. We do, however, offer a high polished bronze finish (shown below) that provides a high shine and warm golden tone similar to brass but with the added benefit of being a strong metal that will not flake or peel off, tarnish etc.
Contact us to discuss your architectural hardware needs or view our entire collection of custom hardware at http://www.martinpierce.com.