Brass, along with its newest friend, copper, is a glamorous and warming trend that seems to know no bounds. From furniture to accessories, they’ve both been finding their way into our drawers, mantels, tabletops, walls, and much more. Brass might be the easiest way to add a touch of glam to any space!
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Crate & Barrel Antiqued Brass Fireplace Screen $199
It’s officially chilly outside! Time to get your chimney cleaned and your fireplace set for the season. This substantial screen looks simultaneously tailored and industrial, so it will add a dash of chic to a variety of rooms. Could there be a prettier way to protect your floor from the flying sparks of your hearth?
Sur la Table Moscow Mule Mug $80/set of four
Making this easy cocktail is such a breeze that you’ll be able to sit back and relax with your guests to watch college football in no time.
Build in a Moscow Mule mug. Add ice, vodka, top with ginger beer and a squeeze of lime. Cheers!
Commune Design Brass Bookends $900
No need to hide these gorgeous clutter-controllers behind closed doors! Gather up your favorite tomes and keep them neat and organized with these solid brass bookends.
Jonathan Adler Giant Brass Horn $1250
Meow! This brass horn is an undeniably gorgeous piece. We’d love to see it used as the centerpiece on a dining table or over a fireplace mantel.
West Elm Tumbler Side Table $199
Not quite a chalice, but perfect for holding an extra tray of crudités. Guests are always looking for another place to set their plates. Make it easy for them by keeping a couple of these close-at-hand. Also available in silver and copper.
Uncommon Goods Astral Wall Hanging $56 on sale
These dimensional, spiky orbs add a sparkle of interest to a dark-painted wall. They will also look great sitting flat on a console table, paired with a tall vase.
Jonathan Adler Goldfinger Chair $1950
Whether or not you’re into the swinging 60s, this sassy chair may be just what your living room needs to shake things up. Its deep-blue, velvety tufts make you want sink right in and relax with your martini by a roaring fire.