Not sure if you’ve spotted them, but we’ve added a couple of brand new beauties to our babe pool. They’re stylish, sparkly and beautifully brass. Our brass collection of chandeliers!
Back in the 70s, and after years of silver and stainless-steel domination, brass took center stage. And now we’re bringing it back… back again *cue Backstreet Boys*. Today we’re all about how and why you can incorporate this stunning material (and thus our brand new collection) into your event styling!
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So you’re after sophisticated but approachable hey? You’ve chosen a slick event venue with white walls and have incorporated marble topped tables into styling. But what next? To continue to achieve that sophisticated look of luxury, add a touch of brass and pair it with rich materials like faux-suede and a dash of leather. Keep your colour pallet simple and before you know it your space will look luxe without being too showy!
Or how about you give your space some wow-factor with a statement piece of brass?! *cough chandelier*. Opt for a white / neutral colour palette so the brass elements take centre stage.
Luxe isn’t the only look you can create with brass. If you prefer a more edgy style, combine a touch of brass with untreated wood, exposed brick, concrete or other metallic finishes to achieve industrial-style glam! Our brass chandeliers would look fantastic in an old warehouse, don’t you think?
Soften Your Styling
The rich, dark shades of brass mean it has a warming feel that you just don’t get from other metals like silver or stainless steel. A single piece of brass alone can be a great accent in a space that needs that little added warmth! Couple it with plenty of fresh greenery, and your guests will drift away to wonderland.
Want to use an element of brass in your next event, but still not sure how? Give us a call. Brass is like a fine wine. It simply gets better with age. This is one collection that we don’t ever see going out of fashion and we can’t wait to see how they are incorporated into your celebrations!
What are your thoughts on brass chandeliers? Would you have them at your next event?