The metal was always considered a noble, eco-friendly, and spectacular way to finish any interior. Different metal parts, elements, and whole panels can liven up any, even the dullest atmosphere. Some people prefer steel shining in the kitchen in the form of refrigerator or dishwasher facades, tabletops, etc. But the copper can provide a real chic aristocratic shine and patina of real Classicism to any room. Moreover, we can talk about durability, antibacterial properties, and many other positive sides of this material. In other words, we should just proceed to explore copper decoration elements as a fashionable interior design trend.
Many people saw grandmother’s copper clock, figurines, basins, and maybe other interior elements or decorations. Indeed, there are so many options and ways to introduce copper into the interior of any style. Of course, it shouldn’t be an all-classic apartment. A modern kitchen can also organically incorporate copper. For example, it can be a very fashionable and eye-catching splashback with structure and noble greenish patina.
It also can appear as a compliment for untraditional style as Steampunk. Of course, it requires a whole design project to successfully finish the bathroom or any other room in accordance with Steampunk philosophy, but the result will stun you to the core.
In the prolongation of the bathroom theme, let’s speak about the copper in this sanitary room. Of course, it can be used as sheets to face the shower zone imitating tiles, for sink or taps, but really the classiest option is to have a whole bathtub of copper or copperplated bathtub. Such a functional part of the bathroom will immediately become the focus and the highlight of the room.
Along with backsplashes, copper can be used for handles and tap/sink set in the kitchen. If you are an apologist of the most daring and unique decisions in interior design, you can use copper to make the butcher block or cutting board. The reddish shine of this metal attracts attention and automatically turns accent of the atmosphere.
Copper lampshades are also a traditional design option for kitchens with an island.
Your resting and dining rooms also can be revived and subtly adorned with precise use of copper home decor. Consider the furniture with copper elements like armrests, legs, inlays, etc. But the accent wall with a copper-plated fireplace is a real snap!
The same applies to the dining room and any other space of the home. Search for the most original ways to use the metal in the room. And it seems very usual and tritely to use copper lampshades. And what will say when see large hanging spheres of bronze tint which reflect all the room?