Brass has been trendy for some time, but timeless, easy-care chrome is also worth remembering. Shiny chrome and steel accents in decor and furniture look particularly fresh when combined with black.
Hard and soft
Designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, the Can lounge chair brings together all the current trends! It has the perfect combination of hard, shiny steel and soft shapes. The armchair not only elegant but also comfortable and practical. The plush Can invites you to sit back and relax, enveloping you in its warm embrace.
Down to the details
The Curva magazine holder by AYTM of Denmark is like a breath of fresh air. Its elegant, curved metal surface and interesting design make it a beautiful ornament that will keep your documents and magazines in order. The Curva collection comprises a stool, shelf, and umbrella holder.
A shiny eye-catcher
Steel also works brilliantly on its own. With its metallic surface, the Slit table by Hay is the perfect eye-catcher next to a sofa or as a bedside table.
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In small items
It's easy to add chrome and steel to interiors in small doses, particularly if your decor already features the two shiny materials. The Moebe wall hooks bring a touch of luxury to your bathroom or hallway. In smaller bathrooms, it's good to choose the same material for hooks, faucets, and other details to keep the overall look calm and collected.
Lights and shadows
Gubi's Multi-Lite pendant is a classic designed by Louis Weisdorf in 1972. Its metal surface beautifully reflects light and shadows, creating an ambiance in any room. Thanks to its rotatable shade, the pendant lamp can be used for both ambient and general lighting. In other words, you get several lamps for the price of one!
Mirror, mirror on the wall
The Sillon wall mirror by &Tradition is both beautiful and practical. This slim, round mirror has a grooved steel frame. Give Sillon pride of place, or create an impressive composition with multiple mirrors.
Text: Mari Kekäle Images: Manufacturers