Chrome decor: Is the 90’s trend back for the home?

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McMullin lamp

If you’re as interiors obsessed as we are, you’ve no doubt noticed the proliferation of cool-toned metals doing the rounds. Having bathed in an ocean of gold, brass and copper for a while now, cooler metals are showing up everywhere in the home but unlike the chrome of the 90’s, the latest iteration has a distinctly retro feel.

McMullin & Co Theo chrome lamp: With its timeless lines and warm white shade, this perfectly embodies the new minimal take on chrome. $399.

McMullin lamp

IKEA BAGGBODA side table: This table first appeared in the IKEA catalogue in 1971. Simple and stylish, it’s no wonder they’ve brought it back. $119.

IKEA coffee table

In The Roundhouse steel goblet – set of 2: This set is perfect for styling desserts and small snacks for your next tablescape. $40.

In The Roundhouse steel goblet

George Jensen Panton tray: Designed by Verner Panton in 1988, this iconic sterling silver design is trending again. $205.

George Jensen tray

Bougie ‘To Go’ chrome vase: Finished in chrome, this ceramic vase has a stylish paper bag design and will make any blooms look super chic. $129.

Designstuff Zone Denmark Rocks Delicacy Bowl w/Spoon, polished steel: A lovely addition to your next cheese board, this is perfect for serving olives, semi-dried tomatoes, and other delicacies in oil. $59.90.

Zone Denmark bowl

Freedom Dome table lamp in chrome: This lamp is one of Freedom’s best selling products and it’s easy to see why. Crafted in metal with a shiny chrome finish, we love its bold, retro lines. $299.

Freedom lamp

West Elm Axel side table: Featuring a high shine chrome finish and mirrored shelf, this design is perfect for catching the light (and eye). $359.

West Elm Axel side table

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