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35 Timeless And Chic Copper Home Decor Ideas
Copper is a beautiful metallic shade that is non-cheesy as we mostly used gold, brass or stainless steel and it adds warm glow to any spaces. Copper can be integrated into your home decor in many various ways and you can use it with any style and in any room, let me prove that to you!
Copper is most often used in kitchens as it’s easy to incorporate: you may rock some copper fixtures, knobs, appliances, planters and of course gorgeous copper cookware and tableware. Copper fixtures will be ideal for more rustic or vintage spaces, and copper appliances will echo with them. Copper pans hanging over the kitchen island or on the wall can be a nice kitchen decoration, and copper mugs will spruce up your tablescape. Copper jars will be a nice addition and copper appliances like mixers and toasters will add charm to the space. You may also go for a bold copper backsplash and countertops to add more warmth to the kitchen but such changes are more difficult to realize. A dining space can be accented with copper pendant lamps and lovely copper chairs or stools, and a copper accent wall can be a very nice idea.
a black and white dining space with amber and black chairs, with copper lamps and a graphic black and white wall
Copper in a bathroom can be used in many chic ways, too, and here a backsplash, a sink and a bathtub are number one solutions. A living room can benefit from having copper planters, pots, planter stands, candleholders, even pendant lamps (they are suitable for every room). An elegant copper bar cart will finish off the look of your living room. In a bedroom you may use some copper mirrors to visually expand the space, some copper lamps and fixtures and of course the same planters and candleholders as in the living room. Copper pipes, copper furniture legs, copper pots and tables, copper fixtures and even tiles – all these are only part of ideas to use copper in your home. Get that timeless look, charm and elegance and that warming feeling for your interiors!
a hammered copper built-in sink and butcherblock countertops add a textural touch to the kitchen and make it very eye-catchy