Be inspired to use brass in your bathroom

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Powder room
Image via Zaabre

While copper dominated as the metallic of choice for many years, a new hero has emerged — brass!

Tapware and bathroom hardware brands have all cottoned on and you can now find every bathroom accessory and piece of hardware you need in brass.

While it may seem risky to commit to such a bold bathroom trend, it’s actually an easy change down the track if you change your mind. And being a new trend, embracing brass now will mean you can take advantage of its full lifespan (rather than using it in several years time and finding it will slowly be on the way out).

Here are some stunning bathrooms that all use brass to inspire you to embrace this hot new metallic!

brass in your bathroom
Image via Design Stuff Group by DKO Architecture

Julia and Sasha show how to pull off this bathroom trend in a feminine and luxe way.

Shiny brass tapware
Image via Julia and Sasha

And we just love how daring they were to pair it with matte black trims.

Dream shower by Julia and Sasha
Dream shower by Julia and Sasha

Or to put a more masculine spin on this trend, consider using concrete-look tiles and darker timber joinery.

Masculine bathroom
Image via Design Stuff Group by Chamberlain Architects

Is it weird to have a toilet roll holder on your shopping wish list? Not when it’s this darn hot!!

Brass toilet roll holder
Image via Ferm Living

If all brass is a bit much for you, consider adding just a statement piece like these twin pendant lights.

Brass pendant lights
Image via Design Stuff Group by Tecture

This has got to be one of the most stunning powder rooms we ever did see! Using brushed brass, that oversized round mirror and mini white herringbone wall really make the space.

Powder room
Image via Zaabre

For those of you who aren’t shy of mixing materials, just check out this dreamy combo by Wood Melbourne with concrete basin, brass tapware and just a hint of marble too!

Wood Melbourne
Image via Wood Melbourne

Have we inspired you to use brass in your bathroom? We’d love to know what you think of this trend!

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