The pinkish copper tone won the home decor with its elegance and versatility.
The universe of décor chose a new metallic darling. The rose gold decoration is centered on a mixture of rose and gold, a more sophisticated version of copper. From what we see, she’s here to stay!
The pink gold mixer stands out in the decor
Unlike an ordinary, romantic rose, but if used in excess and considered childish, rosé gold inspires an aura of modernity. Romanticism does not disappear but acquires a more elegant appearance. Therefore, how the tone can appear in the décor are countless, replacing the metals in the dishes, in accessories, in the lamps in every corner of the house, the coppery glow is welcome.
To understand the versatility of rosé gold, realize that it’s not just in decoration that it’s a trend. It all started in jewelry stores. Before the tone took over in our homes, it became super famous as an option for the traditional gold wedding band. Since then, the color has spread to apparel fashion, adapting to fabrics with a burnt pink nuance and electronics, with the iPhone 6S. Finally, the rosé gold decoration also came into vogue!
How to use the rose gold décor
The advantage of metals is that most are incredibly versatile. The pink metallic decor is not left out. With the trend, it’s easy to find decoration pieces of all sizes in varied price ranges. To find out what suits your home best, it’s worth digging through online stores first to check out the range of options. The golden tip is knowing how to dose: less is more. If you’re starting to decorate, you can invest in accessories and colored furniture. Avoid excesses, making the decoration have highlights in rosé gold that will draw attention for its unique beauty.
Something that makes all the difference in decorating with this metal is the color of the walls. Together, the two completely transform the style of the room. In a house or apartment with a more feminine footprint, for example, pink may predominate. With the walls in a blush tone, it is possible to create a modern atmosphere, with romantic references in the fabrics that are pleasant to the touch, especially in the rug. The rosé gold appears in the details, lending its discreet charm.
Gray also matches, a lot, with metal. In dark tones, reaching to black, the decoration matures. The same goes for blue, which, depending on the nuance, also brings dynamics and relaxation to the environment. It is less common, but still possible, to find the color with shades of red and orange.
Whether pastel, minty, or very dark, green is a good ally. The combination is classic in the chromatic circle, a circle with 12 colors, primary, secondary and tertiary, very used to define combinations. The mix works because the contrasting tones tend to balance visually, such as green and red, which gives rise to pink. Following this path, it is easy to understand the natural affinity between metallic green and pink.
Materials and Styles
Some materials are also sure partners of rosé gold: light wood, glass, and white marble. In the décor, they are responsible for helping to balance the look, making the environment lighter. They are considered ideal for rooms and home offices, where the intention is to have relaxing environments.
When the intention is to be daring, it is worth betting on rosé gold and coatings with different textures and colors. The terracotta brick, for example, makes an unusual pair but perfect to leave environments such as the living room with cool air. Furthermore, it challenges the idea that rosé gold only gets along with female references. Along with the brick, fabrics such as leather and black are the icing on the cake for decor full of personality.
How about combining rosé gold with another decoration trend? Open shelves became famous for their visual lightness, replacing cabinets in small rooms to bring the feeling of spaciousness. They allow the display of the most beautiful dishes and utensils in the kitchen, making them an integral part of the décor. Imagine, then, the charm of having exposed rose-copper pans.
Some household appliances, such as the mixer, also appear with versions in this metal. They get a vintage look capable of making the kitchen one of the most stylish spaces in the house.
You can also get it right without the shelves. The wall clock, a letter stamped from most Brazilian kitchens, may have a frame and hands in the tone. Combine this discreet detail with cabinet handles. Certainly, punctual use will positively attract the attention of visitors. On top of the counter, even the dish drainer joins in the fun and becomes a trend.
The recommendation is to use rosé gold in the details, but some rules exist to be broken. Metal receives the whole emphasis when used on bench doors, well polished. The white walls and wooden floor, neutral bases in the environment, allow for boldness.
It’s also worth using metal inserts in the backsplash, that empty wall of the sink or stove countertop, usually under cabinets. Next to the black in the kitchen, they show that the chef is not kidding.
Living and Dining rooms
It is in the living and dining rooms, mainly integrated, that the rosé gold decor can shine! In this environment, metal appears in various furniture, from lamps, whether pendant, floor or table, to the dining table itself, which can have feet in rosé gold.
An alternative to inserting it in the decor is metal chairs. For the dining room, the tip is to bet on unmatched chairs; for example – it’s worth choosing the same model in one shade, such as white, and using versions with pink metal on the headboards of the table. In the living room, the bookcase and the coffee table can receive vases and other accessories that set the tone.
In some environments, small combinations are the key to success. The sideboard tray, which is sometimes used as a bar, may have a metallic tone. Other details, such as the pendant over the dining table, also bring nuance, giving unity to the integrated living scenarios.
When there is space, decor with tone makes a reading corner even more special.
All the romantic potential of the rose gold decoration appears in the bedroom! The combinations made in this environment are always delicate. Quilts, plush and light wood are wildly successful, along with bedside lamps and small copper-rose furniture. The lines of the table have a minimalist profile, often geometric, resulting in an exciting encounter of styles. Metal also appears in the paintings, on the dresser, and in the frames of the picture frames.
Other environments in rosé gold
The rosé gold decor is not just the living room, bedroom and kitchen! It is also widely used in home offices, especially in white, well-lit environments. The combo inspires concentration and focus. It is worth using it on small shelves, table organizers, chairs, and message boards.
The bathroom appears in accessories, on shelves, in the mirror frame, and even in the sink. The rosé gold decoration can transform even the bathroom, which is often simpler, into a dream environment.
DIY Rose Gold
To play the trend, you don’t necessarily need to buy an item. A can of spray is enough to transform an ordinary piece of furniture into a bit of rosé gold design. That’s what happened to the bar cart below. It was first painted black and then coated with a metallic spray, giving it a new look.
The trick can also be done on chair legs, for example, and on older furniture handles. In this second case, you need to remove them from the table first. Painting can be done outdoors, in newspapers. So you don’t risk painting what you don’t want!