Gold makes decor comeback

For years, gold has been bypassed when it comes to interiors in favour of the less ostentatious charms of silver.

20th January, 2007

For years, gold has been bypassed when it comes to interiors in favour of the less ostentatious charms of silver. It was seen as too gaudy and garish, its brazen bling qualities deemed suitable only for rappers’ residences and the mock Tudor mansions of Premiership footballers.

But times and tastes are changing and, having overdosed on minimalism, homeowners are looking to up the decorative ante with more statement-making pieces.

Gold, with its look-at-me qualities,...

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