All that Glitters…

December 14, 2010 § 1 Comment

Gold. What to say other than it’s fabulous…works as a neutral, and wouldn’t you know it, incredibly festive!

What GHID appreciates about this metallic is that it works in small and large doses alike, it goes with pretty much any color scheme and is a fun way to brighten up a space. We often times coincide gold with the holidays, however it can be used for the everyday as well – wall tile, wallpaper, furniture, fabrics and fixtures, leafing, accessories, and framing – it even works with other metallics as seen in a few GHID works below:

Enjoy and happy Tuesday!

cubes of gold custom ring designed by imogen belfieldyves saint laurent rouge volupté pearl lipstickkate spade twirl margie handbagbadgley mischka peep toeskelly wearstler brass kaleidoscopes | talullah tu bow ringbodum chambord gold french pressmerchant archive london 70s gold trollymepra due ice oro flatware

kartell gold lamp1stdibs gilt metal starburst chandelierj.crew teenie glitter leather beltvictoria beckham sunglasseslouis vuitton shimmering slim evening clutchaspinal of london metallic gold leather ipad casezara home hans jug

A close-up of a GHID kitchen, accessorized in golds. To see more images visit:

Created and designed by AltaModa


Weego Home store located in Santa Monica, California

Gold water mirror tiles


Written by GHID Associate Interior Designer, Nicole Copko


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