A gold picture frame is an amazing item that not only works to display your memorable family snaps or favorite artwork but can also be a fascinating addition to bring the beauty of gold accents to your home.
Furthermore, this kind of frame can stand out more compared with other finishes, thus, it can be useful if you need to use it to attract all of your guest’s attention.
While some people may think that the gold picture frame is outdated and only works in a classical environment, we don’t agree with this statement. Especially, in today’s market, you can find a wide range of choices for gold frames that comes with a variety of shapes and design.
So, whether you want more vintage looks or an ultra-modern sleek appearance, you can easily find the ones that fit the most with your design preferences.
And based on our experiences, the real problem is when it comes to color combinations. It will be quite hard and complicated to combine the gold frames with other colors, especially for the walls that will serve as a background.
To give you some ideas, our expert will share with you some wall paint colors that can be a perfect base for the stunning gold frames, and here they are :
What Color Wall Goes with Gold Picture Frames?
When we working on a project that involves some gold frames, then this is one of the first wall color choices that we offered to our client, especially if there is a possibility to create an accent wall.
As you can see in the picture above, the gold picture frames look amazing against the dark-toned charcoal wall. Not too much contrast between them, but the gold element still stand out beautifully.
Moreover, the elegance of this paint color will enhance the glamorous looks of the frames, providing a luxurious visual appearance.
Navy is another amazing bold choice that works nicely with the gold frames. The cool, deep-toned navy wall serves as an elegant background to enhance the vivid gold items.
Same with the previous choice, this paint color may only work best as an accent wall, but still, it can create a wonderful wall that showcases all of your favorite photographs or artwork highlighted in the dazzling gold frames.
For anyone of you who prefers a more subtle and light choice, then ivory may be a perfect choice.
This color had plenty of warmth that is needed to balance the gold frame, while at the same time bringing a beautiful contrasting effect to make any gold elements stand out more.
It’s quite difficult to find any colors that can look seamless with gold, and that’s why going contrast with it is much more preferable.
However, if you still want to have a harmonious look throughout your spaces, then you can try this light taupe.
Visually, it had some similarity with most gold frames, and that’s what makes them looks flawless when used together.
Let’s go back to the bolder choices, and this time, we want to recommend this gorgeous color, brown.
The brown wall can be very useful to match the strong visual appearance of the gold frames, especially if you don’t want the frames becomes too dominant.
This combination is really unique and we love it! Especially since most green shades won’t work really well against any gold or metal elements, so you can use this beautiful shade to bring the freshness and natural vibe as any typical green, but still match perfectly with the glam looks of the gold picture frame.
As a neutral, gray can be a perfect base to bring all of the potentials of any vibrant and vivid elements like gold. All shades of gray can works really well with gold, but if we had to choose one, we tend to go with any medium to dark-toned gray.
However, only used any dark gray paint if you had a sufficient amount of natural lighting, while for a darker room, light gray is surely a wiser choice.
In most cases, white obviously the best choice that can go with any colors or elements. However, things can be a bit different when it comes to gold, as there are many better options that we already listed in this article.
That’s said, you can still use this color to paint the wall behind your gold frames as it still looks quite good. As you can see in the image above, the plain white wall is providing a crisp and clean base to let the gold frames be the star of your walls.