“The color gold is the color of success, achievement and triumph. Associated with abundance and prosperity, luxury and quality, prestige and sophistication, value and elegance, the psychology of this color implies affluence, material wealth and extravagance.” Enjoy the luxuries in life by adding gold accents into your interior space for that glamorous life! You don’t need much of it, just a few will bring that lavish atmosphere you’ve been wanting!

Gold is a very bold color and distinct color, not every shade on the color wheel will compliment and/or highlight the uniqueness of gold. Consider a color scheme you relate to most and use only two to three colors of your choice for a luxurious and sophisticated interior design.

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Bertt Side Table

Bowl No." Two Hundred Four" Gold, Small

Nikki Chu Studded Photo Frames - Set of 2


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Tertrud Dining Table

GAS Armchair - White

Chanteuse Chandelier


Gold is portrayed as wealth and prestige all across the world, and understood and accepted as a luxury. It has of high value and for those who like to enjoy the the pleasures the world has to offer, proudly displays it. Pair it with a tufted sofa of your choice and material for the full experience of sophistication.

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Fideer Coffee Table

Fideer Side Table

Eggert Tufted Chesterfield Sofa - Silver

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Terra Taupe


Japanese-Inspired Bainbridge Island house dining room and kitchen

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Bentry Side table

Mogensen 2213 Sofa - Grey

Atlas Ivory

Faceted Stria Gray Vase -Large

Matelasse Vase - Clear

Hard Coral Sculptures, S/2

Bowl NO. "One Hundred Forty Five"

Asian Flowers Framed Art Set/2


Traditional gold decor consists of intricate designs in its details, such as the gold leaf design and other floral details give the piece a sense of royalty and old-time classics. Another design approach with using gold is very sharp and clean lines and forms for a more modern and contemporary design. Which gives the interior space a sense of sophistication in a minimalistic way.

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Gigli Coffee table

Versa Sectional White

Eilionoir Tufted Wingback Lounge Chair - Champagne

Geo Navy

Brody Tray Antique

Forged Steel Bookshelf Made with Sustainably Reclaimed Wood

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Gigli Side table


Just because you decided to use gold accents in your interior space doesn’t mean you can’t give it a warm and slightly less about glamour but more about it’s beautiful aesthetic. Use softer colors such as pastels and have just enough greenery in the interior space for a homey atmosphere.

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Jiles Coffee table

Geo Grey

Marble Gridblock Side Table



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Nevieve Coffee Table

Eggert Tufted Chesterfield Sofa - Silver



Whatever kind of style you have in your interior, gold has proven time and time again that it works for every style. It adds a sophistication and class no matter how you decide to display it. Whether your interior style is mid-century, contemporary, traditional, rustic, industrial, southern, or even bohemian, by adding a touch of gold will definitely make it more lively!

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Perta Dining table

Deni Wooden Console Table


Fresco Ivory


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Gilliam Coffee table

Cumberbach Tufted Sofa

Kensington Monroe Occasional Chair-Light Grey

Woven Rockingham Est 1778 Vinyl