Metal can work well in almost any color setting. While it lacks the sophistication of glass or granite, and it’s not as refined and as natural as wood, it can still be extremely elegant and beautiful when set in the right room and fitted with colors that hold a good representation and contrast associated with the purpose of the room.
In a regular bedroom, for instance, darker hues that don’t create too much contrast, such as gray, dark green or blue, as well as crimson, can work quite well when you want to complement the rest of the furniture in the room with a metal bed and/or night stand or small table.
On the other hand, kitchens and dining areas in restaurants are meant to be airy and bright in most cases, so white and lighter tones such as light blue or light gray can be more suitable. In these places, a high contrast choice is also appropriate, if that falls in line with the theme of the room and with your personal preference. The modern metal restaurant table has a range of colors that beautifully enhance the area’s atmosphere.
For instance, you can use a black coffee table in the middle of a somewhat more secluded lounge area you might prepare for your guests, surrounded by lighter colors for your couches and pillows, and a tone that complements the table when choosing the color of your walls or floor.
There are many intricate and elegant color tones and schemes you can explore when trying to integrate your metal furniture with the rest of your room, and in most cases, your only real limit is your own creative choice.