You may have noticed an increase in both the jewelry and decorating world with rose gold on the rise, but it's definitely one of those trends that can be overdone or difficult to mix in with your average gender-neutral decor. So lets take a look at some of our favorite tasteful ways to incorporate rose gold into your home without overdoing it.
1 // Accent with Rose Gold
The simplest, budget-friendly way to incorporate this pretty trend is to find accent pieces that will coordinate across the room in small, yet tasteful ways. This clock, pillow, painting and rose quartz candles are perfect examples.
2 // Mix with Complementing Hues
Blush, Cream and White with deep wood stains (try Walnut) and brown leathers complement and accent rose gold well while balancing the feel of the room with a masculine aesthetic. This white pouf, blush pillow, pink and faux fur blanket complement the rose gold accents and this leather couch and walnut coffee table bring that balance between feminine and masculine.
3 // Go Bold with a Feature Piece
Sometimes you just have to play it up and add in a strong feature piece of furniture to make a bold statement! This arm chair, wire frame chair and steel frame chair all fit the bill perfectly!