Pairing Wall Art with Hardware Part #2: Bold Designs

Written by Nellie Turnage

As we continue our dive into wall art and hardware combinations, we look here at some bold and bright rooms which display how to make a statement in smaller spaces.

1.  Todd Richesin Interiors

Styled around unique hand-printed wallpaper, Todd Richesin Interiors added a black stone countertop, brass sconces, and a rectangular mirror framed with leather detailing to create this stunning powder room. The finishing touch was Addison Weeks brass pulls with lapis gemstones to complete the vibrant, yet dark-toned color scheme.


View the McCoy Pull in Brass and Lapis

From Designer Todd Richesin: “We wanted a departure from the rest of the home in this small powder room. It is a tiny space, so it really needed to be dramatic.  There was not the possibility for a window, so we wanted it to feel like you were inside the earth. The marbled wallpaper seemed perfect....as did the gemstone hardware from Addison Weeks.”

2. The Goddard Design Group

As the Fourth of July approaches, the patriotic theme of this stairwell, featuring original works from Tom Wesselmann, The Andy Warhol Foundation, and Peter Max, is especially fitting. The Goddard Design Group used parrot tulips in antique porcelain tulipieres and Addison Weeks brass and lapis knobs to create a stunning scene of red, white, and blue.


View the Benson Knob with Backplate in Brass and Lapis


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