Happy Saturday everyone!
Today, I am sharing my favorite inexpensive ways you can update your space by adding a little brass.
Here are sixteen different pieces and some ways you can add them to your space, plus
one way you can make sure brass will look good in your home...

1.  On a shelf, nightstand, or your cocktail table to hide your remote controls.
If you use it in a bookcase, add 2, 3, or 4 on different shelves to coordinate the look.
2.  Use it in a bookcase, stack three in a powder bath, or group nine for an impact on a large wall.
3.  Display your favorite books on a shelf or console.
4.  Stack it on two books on a shelf for layered interest and display seashells from your last trip, or other small objects you love.  This one is a great price and these ones are great too if you want lined ones.
5.  Group fruit, display a cake or muffins, or use it to group oils and vinegars in your kitchen.
6.  On a cocktail table to group smaller items.
7.  Just about anywhere you want to add some life to your room with a plant, just don't use all three in the same spot.  (Group two in one spot and one in another.)
8.  Group two on a console or sideboard.  Use a book or two underneath one of them to stagger the heights a bit.
9.  In your kitchen, on a bar cart, or use it on a sideboard in your dining room.
10.  Stack it on 4 on a shelf or layer it on top of 5 on your bathroom counter.  Put your rings in the small box and group it with your perfumes on the cake stand for a layered look.
11.  You can use these fabulous coasters anywhere you want to protect your furniture.
12.  Use one up to a desk or multiple as dining chairs.
13.  Group lemons or limes in your kitchen or on a bar cart.
14. & 15.  Barstools!  And how easy would it be to DIY these if you have the blah wood ones!  This is my very favorite gold spray paint if you want to tackle that project.
16.  Anywhere you want to group something or organize with a pretty basket!

So, the one way you can make sure brass looks good in your space is to bring it in with a few different pieces.  You can absolutely mix metals!  Don't be afraid to add some brass because you have nickel hardware or oil rubbed bronze light fixtures.  You just want to make sure your brass accents have a good presence by repeating that element with a few other brass pieces in your space.


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