kelly kurtyka interior designer design westKelly Kurtyka began interning with Design West when she was just 15 years old. She enjoys working in a mentally challenging and creative industry, and feels gratified seeing designs come together for a client. Kelly graduated from Florida State University and worked in Manhattan for a year and a half before returning to Design West.

Kelly loves looking for the latest and greatest trends in design. One design trend that has inspired Kelly recently is satin brass finishes. Here’s three reasons why she loves satin brass, including her tips for how to implement this trend into your home.

Kelly Kurtyka, this month’s featured designer, began interning with Design West when she was just 15 years old. She enjoys working in a mentally challenging and creative industry, and feels gratified seeing designs come together for a client. Kelly graduated from Florida State University and worked in Manhattan for a year and a half before returning to Design West. Kelly loves looking for the latest and greatest trends in design. One design trend that has inspired Kelly recently is satin brass finishes. Here’s three reasons why she loves satin brass, including her tips for how to implement this trend into your home. A Little Unexpected Satin brass finishes can provide an element of surprise in a home. Although satin brass may not be the most conventional choice, it is becoming very popular, and homeowners will love the unique look. This is an example of how all trends come full circle. Satin brass finishes were very popular back in the 1970s and 1980s. Those who are remodeling may be tempted to replace the old brass finishes in their home, but with a little care they can be new and trendy. So Many Options The great thing about satin brass is that it can be implemented in many different ways. Satin brass light fixtures are very popular, as well as cabinetry and hardware finishes. For those who are cautious about making this trend permanent in their home, Kelly suggests picking out smaller satin brass accessories that homeowners can move around or switch out as they wish. Subtle Pop Satin brass makes a strong statement in a home, so it works best when used subtly. Neutral and solid colors go best with satin brass. Kelly suggests using one or two satin brass elements in a room to create the most cohesive look. For example, using satin brass light fixtures and cabinet pulls in the kitchen, or satin brass hardware and accent pieces in a bathroom. The possibilities are endless! Looking for additional design help? Click here to request a Complimentary Design Profile from our team of professionals!

A Little Unexpected

Satin brass finishes can provide an element of surprise in a home. Although satin brass may not be the most conventional choice, it is becoming very popular, and homeowners will love the unique look.  This is an example of how all trends come full circle. Satin brass finishes were very popular back in the 1970s and 1980s. Those who are remodeling may be tempted to replace the old brass finishes in their home, but with a little care they can be new and trendy.

Kelly Kurtyka, this month’s featured designer, began interning with Design West when she was just 15 years old. She enjoys working in a mentally challenging and creative industry, and feels gratified seeing designs come together for a client. Kelly graduated from Florida State University and worked in Manhattan for a year and a half before returning to Design West. Kelly loves looking for the latest and greatest trends in design. One design trend that has inspired Kelly recently is satin brass finishes. Here’s three reasons why she loves satin brass, including her tips for how to implement this trend into your home. A Little Unexpected Satin brass finishes can provide an element of surprise in a home. Although satin brass may not be the most conventional choice, it is becoming very popular, and homeowners will love the unique look. This is an example of how all trends come full circle. Satin brass finishes were very popular back in the 1970s and 1980s. Those who are remodeling may be tempted to replace the old brass finishes in their home, but with a little care they can be new and trendy. So Many Options The great thing about satin brass is that it can be implemented in many different ways. Satin brass light fixtures are very popular, as well as cabinetry and hardware finishes. For those who are cautious about making this trend permanent in their home, Kelly suggests picking out smaller satin brass accessories that homeowners can move around or switch out as they wish. Subtle Pop Satin brass makes a strong statement in a home, so it works best when used subtly. Neutral and solid colors go best with satin brass. Kelly suggests using one or two satin brass elements in a room to create the most cohesive look. For example, using satin brass light fixtures and cabinet pulls in the kitchen, or satin brass hardware and accent pieces in a bathroom. The possibilities are endless! Looking for additional design help? Click here to request a Complimentary Design Profile from our team of professionals!

So Many Options

The great thing about satin brass is that it can be implemented in many different ways. Satin brass light fixtures are very popular, as well as cabinetry and hardware finishes. For those who are cautious about making this trend permanent in their home, Kelly suggests picking out smaller satin brass accessories that homeowners can move around or switch out as they wish.

Kelly Kurtyka, this month’s featured designer, began interning with Design West when she was just 15 years old. She enjoys working in a mentally challenging and creative industry, and feels gratified seeing designs come together for a client. Kelly graduated from Florida State University and worked in Manhattan for a year and a half before returning to Design West. Kelly loves looking for the latest and greatest trends in design. One design trend that has inspired Kelly recently is satin brass finishes. Here’s three reasons why she loves satin brass, including her tips for how to implement this trend into your home. A Little Unexpected Satin brass finishes can provide an element of surprise in a home. Although satin brass may not be the most conventional choice, it is becoming very popular, and homeowners will love the unique look. This is an example of how all trends come full circle. Satin brass finishes were very popular back in the 1970s and 1980s. Those who are remodeling may be tempted to replace the old brass finishes in their home, but with a little care they can be new and trendy. So Many Options The great thing about satin brass is that it can be implemented in many different ways. Satin brass light fixtures are very popular, as well as cabinetry and hardware finishes. For those who are cautious about making this trend permanent in their home, Kelly suggests picking out smaller satin brass accessories that homeowners can move around or switch out as they wish. Subtle Pop Satin brass makes a strong statement in a home, so it works best when used subtly. Neutral and solid colors go best with satin brass. Kelly suggests using one or two satin brass elements in a room to create the most cohesive look. For example, using satin brass light fixtures and cabinet pulls in the kitchen, or satin brass hardware and accent pieces in a bathroom. The possibilities are endless! Looking for additional design help? Click here to request a Complimentary Design Profile from our team of professionals!

Subtle Pop

Satin brass makes a strong statement in a home, so it works best when used subtly. Neutral and solid colors go best with satin brass. Kelly suggests using one or two satin brass elements in a room to create the most cohesive look. For example, using satin brass light fixtures and cabinet pulls in the kitchen, or satin brass hardware and accent pieces in a bathroom. The possibilities are endless!

Looking for additional design help? Click here to request a Complimentary Design Profile from our team of professionals!