A little bit of gold goes a long way. You only need a tiny touch of brass detail to add warmth, and a hint of luxury to your kitchen. These projects take no time at all, and have a lot of bang for the buck.
Above, Megan Pflug updated her kitchen with tons of vintage-style details including the open shelving with a brass rod for hanging mugs on S hooks.
Sarah Dorsey made these amazing brass sconces for $70 each. The lights take about 30 minutes to make and would look amazing installed over a kitchen counter.
The brass bar for kitchen towels is a great addition to this table-turned-kitchen-island from Petal & Ply. The brass casters are a nice touch too.
Rosa Beltran's renovated kitchen now sports a black pendant light over the sink that she customized with a brass metal band, which nicely highlights the gold hardware.
Sometimes it's as easy as buying a can of gold spray paint. Kristi Murphy updated some silver IKEA handles so they look like brass.
This wooden dowel paper towel holder from Poppytalk takes about five minutes to make. The end cap is brass so you can leave it that if you prefer.
This kitchen island from Design Manifest is a stock IKEA piece, with the bottom's painted gold. You could also wrap any cabinet feet in metal flashing.