Gold LOVE, the statement: A relationship with luxury
The gold color, as well as the yellow, is associated with the sun, abundance, wealth and power. It is also related to great ideas, deeds, wisdom and knowledge.
It is a color that revitalizes the mind, the energies and the inspiration, it distances the fears and the things superfluous or with little meaning.
Many of us are accustomed to seeing golden color in many objects, such as jewelry and expensive clothes. Sometimes this happens because of its gold finishes. Another type of objects in which this material is used is in the luxury furniture, whether in its finishes or details or in its own structure or coating. From an interior design perspective, golden colors and materials can be seen as pretentious or inappropriate, but that isn’t always the case. Gold is timeless, it’s an element that has been part of human history since the dawn of first major civilizations. It is used as the monetary exchange, as a safe investment, as jewelry, even as medicine and food.
In this article, you can see some examples of modern pieces of furniture in which gold is the main protagonist.
Created with crystal glass and brass, finished with gold plated, this magnificent suspension is capable of giving a luxurious and glamorous look to any space. This product is a true jewelry for your decoration, creating a sophisticated and unique atmosphere.
OBSSEDIA | Dining Table | KOKET
Initially, it is a dining table. Then it becomes a dining table cut from clear glass. Your eyes begin to wander down, drinking in the rhythmic design of the aluminum base, following every crevice leading down only to head back up; compelling you to continue staring. Soon enough, the simplicity of the dining table disappears, leaving only an intoxicating illusion of art coming to life.
KOI | Stool | BRABBU
KOI carp is a recurring symbol of Japanese culture, highly appreciated by its decorative purposes in water gardens, in Irezumi practice or most commonly, in tattoos. Its natural color mutations reveal their capacity to adapt, just like the KOI upholstered stooI which fits in any modern home decor. The KOI scales from the sides of the upholstered stool shine and reflect the sun on its brass surface. KOI shares the same phonetics as the Japanese word for love and affection, making the carp also a symbol of love and friendship which will be conveyed in a modern home decor.