With impeccable, antique silver finishes, you can transform the overall look of any space. At Gabby, we love to play with unique silver finishes. Vintage metallic finishes are currently trending in the design market because of their remarkable ability to blend into multiple styles of décor. Even better, metallics make it easy to enhance a home’s style and create stunning transitional living spaces.
Minerals typically evoke natural textures, so coupling antique silver finishes with natural fibers, such as wool and silk, creates an organically glamorous look. For a sophisticated color combination, pair silver finishes with white and black furnishings, walls and decorative items. One of our favorite aspects of silver is its mirror-like quality when placed in the spotlight.
Be sure to keep Gabby in mind if you plan on integrating antique silver finishes into your luxury interior design. Take a look at some of our most popular designs below.
Oozing natural elegance and class, our Nautilus Lamp features a layered, antique-style finish with bits of gold and silver leaf. When designing this piece, we embraced warm tones and drew attention to the regal nature of mixed metals.
Perfect for a dining room or living room area, Gabby’s Vera Pendant was designed with old world fashion in mind. This gorgeous pendant light is sure to impress dinner guests with its detailed metal latticework and neutral linen shade. In order to effortlessly mesh the piece’s antique feel with its modern form, our designers deliberately distressed the silverleaf finish. We absolutely love the beautifully understated end result.
Our Colby Coffee Table seamlessly blends vintage and contemporary styles. Constructed from silver and reclaimed elm, the table’s top features an uncommon, geometric pattern, and the silver metal base is subtly antiqued with black paint. There’s nothing hard about this look. The piece, available in both light and dark finishes, adds an understated hint of elegance to any transitional space.
What don’t we love about our Maggie Mirror? This decorative piece dons a classic quatrefoil shape and can easily become the focal point of a room. Inspired by 17th century baroque cathedrals, the Maggie Mirror brightens up walls with its reflective glow.
Which one of these vintage-inspired items would you be inclined to work with in your next project? Let us know in a comment below!
To see more of our many offerings of transitional furniture, lighting, decor and accessories, we invite you to browse through the catalog on our website.