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dining room/kitchen lighting
December 18, 2012 in Design Dilemma
faucet is brushed nickel...can i do black or bronze lighting or should i stay with nickel?
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Yes you can as long as the two metals are not very close to each other you should be fine. Ofcourse if most of your other hardware is nickel you could probably stay with that.
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Thank you! It's crazy moving into a new house and trying to get those creative juices flowin and not feel like it's going to be a mistake. I went all bronze in our last house so I'm ready for a change but with the nickel faucet, I was hitting a wall. :)
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i would do bronze! it's ok to mix and match metals-- as long as they're all similar style (mission, modern, classic) it'll look great. mixing metals is a fun and easy way to add interest to a design.
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Thanks jenpea
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