Brass warms up our interiors!

Very fashionable in the 1970s, brass is once again becoming the most popular material in the world the vintage material to adopt absolutely. And it is at home in all interior styles!

Often associated with the English designer Tom Dixon who brought it up to date in an industrial style, as early as the 20th century, the French lighting editor Lunel had already made it a key element of its iconic pieces in a sober, refined but playful style. Brass can also be found in the vintage creations of the Swedish designer Hans-Agne Jakobsson, and finally a lot in Italian design. We think for example of the organic creations of Tommaso Barbi or the incredible luminaries ofAngelo Gaetano Sciolari.

Under the spell of its soft golden reflections, we love it to give character to our interior. It can provide a nice touch of light, rhythm, a British accent, a touch of chic and/or bring the perfect warmth for a cosy atmosphere.

Whatever the case: brass will undoubtedly become the essential ally of your decoration (if you haven’t already adopted it of course!).

Follow us, here are some inspirations that willnot leave you indifferent:

Perfect ally of tropical atmospheres

1 – Pair of vintage copper hanging lamps by Jo Hammerborg for Fog & Morup – 1960 | 2 Vintage teak sideboardby Mcintosh – 1960 | 3 – Vintage teak “Swan” armchair by Arne Jacobsen – 1960 | 4 – Black lacquered wood tripod coffee table – 1960

A majestic element of a vintage dining room

1 – Swedish brass suspension lamp – 1960 | 2 – Large brass witch mirror – 1950 | 3 – Pineapple-shaped ice bucket – 1970 | 4 – Vintage onyx coffee table by Maurice Burke for Arkane – 1970

Soft reflections of brass to illuminate pastel colours

1 – Vintage gilded brass ceiling light with 6 spheres – 1960 | 2 – Danish sofa by Borge Mogensen for Frederic Stolefabrik – 1960 | 3 – Butterfly armchair by Jorge Ferrari-Hardoy for Knoll – 1930 | 4 – Kurdish hand-knotted pure wool carpet 245×165 – 1975

Printed wallpaper and golden touches