Glam It Up: Gold Kitchens

While nickel and stainless steel are still popular, gold finishes are edging their way into kitchens of all styles. It complements rustic and traditional kitchens, warms up stark, modern kitchens, and brightens virtually every color palette in the way that only gold can.

You can incorporate gold into your kitchen in dozens of different ways, from the main fixtures (lighting, faucets, sinks, even appliances and backsplashes) to the small touches (hardware and accessories).

The most important rule for decorating with gold: don’t overdo it! Too much of a good thing is, well, a bad thing. Case(s) in point:

So tone it down, glam it up, and enjoy those gold-toned touches. All that glitters really is gold (toned) in these glitzy, glamorous gold kitchens.
Rohl Country Kitchen Faucet & Accessories
Newport Brass Chesterfield Bridge Kitchen Faucet with Sidespray, via
If you’re thinking that your kitchen is much too modern for gold, think again. These modern and contemporary kitchens make gold stylish and chic again.
Too bright? Try brushed gold or even rose gold for the golden glow and glamour without the risk of brassiness.

Aquabrass 2050N
Aquabrass America Single Stream Mode Kitchen Faucet
Arteriors DK89919
Arteriors Caviar Adjustable Large Rose Gold/Rose Glass Cluster

So go ahead – be a gold digger. Tell us how you do it!


2 thoughts on “Glam It Up: Gold Kitchens”

  1. Can I go with gold cabinet hardware if my inset cabinets have polished nickel hinges which are exposed? I know mixing metals is acceptable but not sure if this is a good look? Would sure appreciate any advice!! Thanks!

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