Brass has a rich, soft and warming nature. It’s surprisingly subtle compared to steel accents. Brass retro-chic nature is still very current and often used as an accent in decorating. Famous names like lifestyle blogger Kelly Wearstler and trend setter Scarlet Opus use brass light fixtures all the time. Brass is in vogue you could say.
Brass ceiling lights, brass bathroom light fixtures, or any modern brass light fixtures can be combined with other materials to create an even more refined look. Here are some ideas.
Brass and Wood
Brass and Wood exude a refined interpretation of warmth. The Justine Wall Sconce would very well compliment wood. This modern brushed brass fixture’s clean subtle lines are perfect on darker and warmer toned materials. The Justine adds a sense of richness.
Brass and Milk Glass
Glass is always a great way to create the sense that a space is bigger, as it easily transfers and distributes light. Amande White Globe Ceiling Light is one of Vault’s classics. This brass ceiling light looks beautiful when installed in multiples. There is almost no such thing as too many when it comes to Amande.
Brass and Marble
We are so in love with this pink marble look. The Lennox Wall Sconce is a perfect match with its minimal yet elegant design.
Brass and Leather
Brass and leather are another perfect match. The combination of leather's raw nature and brass's warmth make Alleta Glass Pendant the perfect modern brass light fixture.
Brass and Plaster
As you may know, plaster is trending right now. Venetian plaster in particular is a blend of plaster with marble dust, which essentially creates a little more depth. This trend would complement one of our best sellers, the Bank Glass Globe Chandelier.
Brass and Bricks
Brick naturally creates an industrial feeling. It creates a refined, yet authentic look. It is better to use a natural material combined with brass to create an assertive look. The Aurora Wall Sconce's concrete style body and brass details add the right amount of variety and harmony.
Brass and Stainless Steal
We know! This sounds surprising, as we tend to think these materials are complete opposites. Just try to reimagine everything! Stainless steel kitchens with an industrial feel are all the hype right now and if there is a will, there is a way! When you think about steel kitchens, ideally you must add other colors and materials. That is where our Simone Sputnik Pendant comes in. This modern ceiling light creates the perfect balance with its satin brass edges while adding a little color to your room.