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Improve your home by adding unexpected hits of luxury and glamour in the form of high-shined and polished metal details.
Upgrade a hallway scheme with highly polished copper accessories like these gorgeous copper bowls, from An Angel at my Table.
Look for pieces that combine raw materials and luxe, polished metals like this contemporary Pimlico copper table lamp, £103, Artisanti.
Give a cosy, rustic family kitchen a sophisticated twist with an oversized copper pendant and pops of brass and zinc. This cool pendant costs £217 and is from Artisanti
andstunning Lassi copper jug is from Idyll Home
costing £89. Stick to a simple backdrop of raw-plank-effect florring and a faux painted-brick wallpaper- touches of polish should be kept to the details.
Touches of polished aluminium and steel give a relaxed family living room a very grown-up attitude. The brass vase
(on shelf) is from Cox and Cox costing £45 and the trunk (under the coffee table) is £40 from Habitat. Combine sleek silver finished with reclaimed woof to create a warm contrast. The silver floorlamp from Original BTC cost £431 and the Langley dresser is £799 from Barker and Stonehouse
Mix soft pinks and rustic textures with touches of metal for a cosy but chic bedroom. The framed prints are from Notonthehighstreet and cost £42 each and the fab Piet mirror, £215 is from Graham and Green
. Hang a trio of designer-style bare-bulb pendants low by the bed for reading light. These light bulb kits from Grace & Glory come in copper, silver and brass costing £45 each.
Bring glamour to the everyday with brass finishes on storage jars, shelving and even the Dualit toaster which costs £199 from John Lewis. The copper lidded glass jars are from a selection at An Angel At My Table and the shelving is from the Nils Strinning range at Haus.