All that glitters…

So oogling those pics of The Savoy yesterday brought to mind the incredible gold leaf wall treatments in their Beaufort Bar.  Smashing, no?

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I seem to be trending towards using more neutrals and soft colour in my old age, but my passion for brass and gold and general bling is still going strong.  Here are a few of my all time faves – what do you think…?

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And in case you’re feeling inspired to add a little zingy bling to your space, here are some of your options…

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{clockwise from top left: white gold chevron, regular gold, vermilion gold leaf squared, gold leaf screen, textured gold, gold tiling, gold leaf grid}

So is this your cuppa tea, or is it too showy and LOOK AT MEEEE for you…?

8 comments

  1. Alistair says:

    I love the ceiling but the staircase is a little extreme..! And if you keep buying stuff our place will look like the staircase too.

  2. A gilded touch is never a bad idea. I absolutely adore this decor, Elly. I’m not sure if I would use it for my space – I’m more into the pastel or Moroccan vibe at the moment – but I do love how grand it is. Reminds me a bit of the 1920s! 🙂

  3. Sam says:

    I think in certain contexts, a little bit of Midas’s touch can look really plush and luxurious. Love these inspirations, they really suit the decor and colour schemes. I appreciate your visit hun, hope your week is going well!

  4. Oh god yes. I love OTT gold (well, okay we’re not talking crazy trashy Goldmember ala Mike Meyers gold) but shimmery walls and ceilings in tasteful settings? Dreamy. That shimmery Chinoiserie mural in the bathroom? Want. xxx

  5. Hi, we are thrilled that you chose our gold leaf screen to ilustrate what is nice about gold leaf. If you would like to see more ideas regarding gold, silver and copper leaf finished furniture, please visit our website http://www.cadeirao.com. We would not mind if you would mention our brand Cadeirão Acabamentos, which is a portuguese firm dedicated to luxurious finishes. Cheers!

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