Golden were the thrones of the royalty and so were their crowns and tiaras. If you needed anything to spell opulence, gold was your go-to hue. Since time immemorial the richness of the metal is connected to the flamboyance of the shade and thus bulky chandeliers and ornate furnitures began featuring copious amounts of the shade to appear rich and regal.
Fast forward to a few decades post the Victorian era’s obsession with gold, the recent years have seen the hue make a comeback. However, the grandiose has been replaced with subtle hints to ensure that the luxuriant designs now look minimalist and classy.
Regardless of the transition, gold is a hue everybody can easily fall in love with in varying proportions. It is that single shade that can appear rich, classy, versatile and absolutely functional depending on the amount used.
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