Add Sparkle to Your PNW Home With These Mixed-Metal Accessories

Forget your grandmother’s silver. Today’s finishes—heavy on golden hues and dark tones—mix metals with stunning results
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This dahlia-inspired, forged steel chandelier made in Vermont comes in nine finishes and two sizes ($3,990 as shown, in gold). Available at Luxe Lighting Company, Greenwood, 8214 Greenwood Ave. N; 206.457.8535

At $75 a pop, these starburst pulls (shown in matte brass and black, perfect for updating that heirloom credenza) have long been one of the most popular items at Seattle interior design firm Pulp Design Studio. Available at pulpdesignstudios.com

Pick a pair or two of these vintage brass candlesticks ($195‒$295) from Watson Kennedy’s ever-expanding, exquisitely curated collection. Available at Watson Kennedy, downtown, 1022 First Ave.; 206.652.8350

Just say no to fuddy-duddy flatware this season and yes to this five-piece Rig ombre stainless steel set ($69.95) made in Portugal. Available at CB2, University Village, 2660 NE 49th St.; 206.462.4400

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