The best brass products in stores right now

Looking for the best brass products on sale right now? If you love warm metallics, you’ll adore the swathe of brass pieces filling interiors stores this season, all of which will give your home an elegant feel. In this feature, we’ve selected 10 of the most iconic design pieces currently available to brighten up your home, from a hexagonal brass bookcase to a geometric glass plant pot. Read on for some seriously luxe accessorising inspo

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Grace sideboard, Deco style in natural mango wood and brass, £749, Swoon Editions.

In prime position in our list of the best brass products, this gorgeous geometric sideboard has three great features. Firstly, it has plenty of storage inside. Secondly, the engineered brass panels are perfectly complemented by mango wood. Thirdly, the brass legs give the piece an elegant feel. Lastly, it looks amazing.

Eichholtz Sierra candle holders in grey marble and brass, £690, Sweetpea & Willow.

This trio of candle holders is similarly elegant, juxtaposing classic grey handcrafted marble with sleek brushed brass and channelling a timeless vibe as a result. However, we reckon you’ll enjoy using them so much, you’ll need a steady supply of wax.

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Watch Wanduhr House Doctor Pl, around £41.41 (€50),

If you’re a fan of minimalism, this clock is perfect for you. It has no numbers, but don’t let that put you off. Featuring just a chic pair of brass hands on a circle of slightly porous concrete, it’s a dream timepiece for industrial purists.

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Alva dining table, price on request, Alva Musa.

This stunning table fuses brass and marble, creating a beautiful and luxurious fine dining experience as a result. However, we reckon you’ll be gazing at its dreamy construction instead of your meal.

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Nkuku Karana Plant Stand, £26.95, Cuckooland.

Ideal for holding succulents or small trailing plants, this stylish plant holder, which houses a geometric glass pot, has an antique brass finish. However, is one really enough? Why not buy two to bookend a shelf?

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Viola dining chair, £129, Cult Furniture.

‘Where’s a brass chair?!’ we hear you cry. Don’t worry, brass chairs are bang on trend. For example, here’s one made from super-soft ivory bouclé and brass. This curved and upholstered dining chair will appeal to all maximalists who want to dine in style.

Adelphi soap dispenser in Smoke, £20, Garden Trading.

This soap dispenser’s mix of ribbed glass and brass would fit in well in an art deco design scheme, giving any bathroom a touch of 1920s glamour. But will you be able to stop pressing that sleek brushed brass pump?

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Brass cluster ceiling light, £289, houseof.

Meanwhile, with its statement brass clusters, this sophisticated ceiling light would form a striking centrepiece to any room. Firstly, its sleek brass flexes have a wind chime-style look; secondly, its radiant opals will draw the eye. However, you may never want to switch it off.

Farnham sustainable mango wood bookcase, £759, Modish Living.

This modern mid-century style bookcase is similarly chic. It has gorgeous brass hexagonal inlays and cubic shelves encased within its slim brass frame.

Alana round mirror in Brushed Brass, £140, MADE.COM.

Minimalist and stately, this piece would be perfect for mirror selfies.

In conclusion, the best brass products are elegant, timeless and never, well, brassy.

And if you’re looking to freshen up your bathroom or kitchen, check out our feature on the best new brass taps.

Featured image: Adelphi soap dispenser in Smoke, £20, Garden Trading; Eichholtz Sierra candle holders in grey marble and brass, £690, Sweetpea & Willow; Farnham sustainable mango wood bookcase, £759, Modish Living.

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