Alternative Metals in the Kitchen

Alternative Metals in the Kitchen

Marcia Prentice
Mar 5, 2010

Stainless steel is usually the dominant metal in the kitchen regarding appliances, sinks, faucets, and smaller accessories. Stainless steel is very popular and adds a modern touch (and is easy to clean); however, because it is a cool metal it can make the kitchen seem cold and less inviting. Of all rooms in the home, the kitchen should be the most welcoming.

There are many alternatives to stainless steel: copper, rubbed oil bronze, and brushed nickel. Using alternative metals is often associated with more traditional kitchens, but also works well with other design styles. Adding a few of the warmer metals or brushed nickel into the kitchen can add warmth and character to the space, while still keeping it contemporary.

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Other Warm Metals in the Kitchen Posts:
Copper Accents for the Kitchen and Bath
How To: Make a Copper Pipe Storage Rack

(Images: The Metal Peddler, Native Trails, Kohler, Decor Pad, Ikea Fans, Fine Cooking, Jenn-Air)

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