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11 Ways to Work Metallics Into Your Home


by Michelle Hanley
23rd Apr 2015
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Angular ceiling light, €255, available soon from April and the Bear.

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See how the metallics trend maintains its shine through spring and summer, as products take on a more relaxed feel for long, hazy days?

Copper and gold tones are a bright and luxurious way to make an impact with your living space – on table decorations, wall hangings or planters. The real winning aspect of this metallic look is that it requires minimal effort; just add one or two items to a room, these are not the items to be multiplying! Have a flick through the gallery above?to see if the magpie in you spots a find!

Chaise longue, €3,470, The Apartment.

Read more on summer’s hottest trends in our May-June issue of Image Interiors & Living on shelves now!

1 Ceiling Light available soon at April and the Bear / 2 Copper Jug / 3 Wall Hanging / 4 Card Set / 5 Coffee Table / 6 Hexagon Pot / 7 Polaroid Film / 8 Outdoor Shower / 9 Hanging Planter / 10 Chaise Longue / 11 Plant Mister

Michelle Hanley for @Image_Interiors / @hanleymi

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