The Mixed Metal Fixtures That Are Trending

Denver-based Ultra Design Center, which offers kitchen and bath plumbing fixtures, decorative lighting, and fine hardware resources, assembled a selection of trendy mixed metal fixtures to add a pop of style to your space.

1. Pull Through

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Elegant and classy, options include matte black with satin nickel, black with polished gold, or bronze with polished chrome. So many choices to make it yours. Colonial bronze pull, $39 at Colonial Bronze.

2. A Natural

Ashley Norton
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Oak or walnut inserts add a natural element to hardware. Engineered from a single piece of wood and coated with lacquer, these wood and metal bar pulls offer a soft, modern look. Wood and metal bar pull, $50 at Ashley Norton.

3. All in One

House of Rohl | Mixed Metal Fixture | Decorate | Spring 2022 | Home & Garden Colorado Magazine
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All the hottest trends in one product: matte black with satin gold accents plus knurling (textured finish) on the handles create an industrial look. Graceline kitchen faucet, $898-$1,330 at House of Rohl.

4. Shine It Up

House of Rohl | Mixed Metal Fixture | Decorate | Spring 2022 | Home & Garden Colorado Magazine
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Impressive contemporary C-Spout faucet and circular handles in polished chrome add a trendy matte black accent, allowing you to take the step from ordinary to extraordinary. Eclissi wall mount faucet, $698-$1,034 at House of Rohl.

5. Double Trouble

House of Rohl | Mixed Metal Fixture | Decorate | Spring 2022 | Home & Garden Colorado Magazine
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A spin on the dual finish look uses a Greystone Quarry insert in polished chrome, or if you prefer choose wood with satin chrome. Miscelo wall mount bathroom faucet, $1,048-$1,468 at House of Rohl.