And then there's this brass table available at Neiman Marcus. So stunning.
I also found these great styles at Baker. Lovely and Classic.
Brass has certainly enjoyed a recent comeback. You can bring it into your home in smaller ways if you're not digging those coffee tables as much as me.
Sources: via pinterest (2 images); Apartment Therapy; Design Sponge; House and Home; via pinterest (2 images); Jonathan Adler; The Zhush (trays and pencil holder); Jonathan Adler; Martha Sturdy (2 pieces)
And here are a few brass accents for the home that won't cost you an arm and a leg. Brass on a budget!
So, are you big on brass these days too? I guess everything that goes around, come around. I remember my parent's having a brass bed when I was growing up. I really didn't like it, and eventually they got rid of it. Perhaps I'd feel differently about it now. The brass was very shiny and yellow though; I seem to prefer the antique or burnished brass look. How about you?
O.k. and just to make this post ridiculously long, look at these rather awesome DIY projects I found in my "travels".
Take this light fixture from IKEA.
Spray paint it with this (Burnished Brass Rustoleum Spray Paint).
And you get this!
Source: Amy Butler's House Tour
Take this boring, old coffee table.
And with some spray paint and a new, dark-stained top, you get this!
Full tutorial here.
O.k. and one more. Take two basic IKEA lack tables and add brass corners. Genius!
Source: Unknown (found via pinterest)
People make beautiful stuff... beautiful brass stuff. Yes, indeed. Have a great day, friends!