Whether the finishing touches you incorporate into a home’s design are real or faux, natural objects and finishes add undeniable dimension and texture to a space. Modern interior design trends gravitate towards a focus on tangible, interesting details and unique materials and patterns.
At Gabby, our designers continuously, meticulously innovate our exclusive designs to carry a luxurious style and chic look into the home. Because we understand how crucial these finishes are, we only work with suppliers who fully understand the importance of quality, leading-edge materials.
Today, we will take a closer look at a finish that has captured our hearts and minds — Faux Horn. This minimalistic accent makes a world of difference to our pieces, and we love the way the horn evokes a feeling of the beauty of the natural world. Adding a finish like faux horn is a great way to amp up a transitional decor scheme. Here are some of Gabby’s pieces featuring the beauty of faux horn.
Sure to be a conversation starter, our Duncan Faux Horn Tray was constructed from white faux horn and distressed nickel accents. Use this tray set as a fitting backdrop for a cocktail or dinner party, or simply rest it atop a coffee table to house common, everyday items.
Make your style reminiscent of the Roaring Twenties with our dainty Lawry Mirror. The mirror’s striking Hollywood style is enhanced by a genuine, antique gold rim, and its uncommon shape is well-suited for a spot on the mantle in an eclectic, transitional style dining room.
The Lynden Lamp’s signature interlocking arcs were carefully contoured from faux white horn and metal. The resulting fixture has a sensational sculptural base finished off with antique gold accents, constantly reminding us that the right lighting can create a perfectly balanced look.
Another strong example of an impeccable transitional light fixture, the Lyric Lamp is a more masculine version of the Lynden Lamp. Slightly more dramatic, dark brown faux horn accentuates the Lyric Lamp, while antique gold accents still provide the final sparkle.
Unfashionable for quite some time due to controversy regarding its harvest from animals, horn is now being replicated in a much more creature-friendly manner. Because the texture of faux horn is coveted due to its splendor and affluent appearance, the materials we use to produce our faux horn furnishings are equally durable and sophisticated.
For additional textured finishes and to see the latest in our transitional furniture and designs, please feel free to browse through the product pages of our website or look through our online catalog.