During our recent trip to High Point Market, we noted four trends in home décor, including the renewed interest in gold and gold accents. For the past few years, silver-toned metals like chrome and polished nickel have been all the rage, but finally – gold is back! Take a closer look at some of the most interesting gold items we discovered at High Point Market.
Nautical-themed mirrors are a pretty standard item in coastal decor, but we were particularly drawn to this one. With a gold coiled rope frame, this elegant round mirror can add a touch of class to any home or business, no matter the location.
Color and texture contrast beautifully in these two beaded chandeliers made from colorful draped beads and gold-tone hemp. Gold metal accents enhance visual interest and complete the picture.
This coastal decor chandelier is made from delicate gold maille links and woven hemp to form a shape reminiscent of a lobster net. This chandelier would make a stunning focal point in a dining room by the sea or a two-story foyer in town.
Created in the outline of a lotus blossom, this antique gold-colored chandelier is attractive and also very functional – a sure winner for coastal homes. This piece would look wonderful over a breakfast room table or as a pendant light in the kitchen.
Take a look at the Cottage & Bungalow Facebook page for more of our gold finds from High Point Market!