Metallics are set to stay this Autumn with many designers using a blend of bronze, gold and warm copper in their collections.
Eichholtz Baccarat’s super stylish, marble-topped side table has been meticulously handcrafted and the stainless steel frame given an opulent gold finish, making each piece unique. Price was £900 at £675, it is available from Houseology
Go for gold with iconic potter Jonathan Adler’s porcelain coasters. Each has a hand-applied, real gold surface and is finished with a black and white animal illustration. They are priced at £78 per set. (uk.jonathanadler.com)
Tom Dixon’s Etch copper pendant light has been constructed with polished copper plates. The geometric form allows refracted light to penetrate through, creating interesting light and shadows. Priced at £325 from Heals (www.heals.co.uk)
John Lewis is embracing the metals trend with its new Home Design collection. The Albus copper table lamp costs £40 and the bowls start from £45. The ladder bookshelf costs £399. (www.johnlewis.com)
British brand Harlequin has launched a collection of metallic wallpapers. The striking Églomisé design can be effectively hung vertically or horizontally, and features a distressed metallic finish. It is priced at £55 per roll. (www.harlequin.uk.com)
This industrial-style Lene Bjerre Anna copper table lamp is priced at £211.50. (www.lenebjerre.com)
The Ebb & Flow Pillar lamp priced at £272 from Amara has been mouth-blown from high quality glass and features lustrous copper details. (www.amara.com)
This metallic-coated porcelain gun vase adds a touch of humour but looks like a serious design piece. It is priced at an incredible £12 and is available from (www.pierrotetcoco.com).