This newer piece is a picture taken of a work-in-progress. In it is a kitchen silo that uses Distressed copper to curve around the top; the copper then continues to the right to give a sense of symmetry and balance to both ends of the room.
Distressed Copper Kitchen Silo
For this copper bar, the customers decided to think outside the box. They first purchased sheets of our Distressed copper patina, which, by nature, has a basic textured composition. To exemplify the textured look, the customers lightly crumpled the copper sheeting and subsequently rolled it flat with an ordinary rolling pin. Such a simple act improved upon the copper’s composition by giving it a rougher appearance that truly shined under proper light.
Distressed Copper Backsplash
This Azul copper range hood is the second range hood we’ve shown. It carries nearly the same form, but a lighter shade of wood sets this one clearly apart from its predecessor. The ever popular Azul patina’s vibrant blues help make this a beautiful addition to nearly any kitchen.
Azul Copper Range Hood
Shown below are two very basic examples of copper cabinet doors. In the darker example, you can see Medium Distressed patina, whereas in the lighter example, you can see Rojo patina.
Medium Distressed Cabinet Door
Rojo Cabinet Door
One of the most unique uses for our copper has been in signs. The pictures below are for an art gallery that had the Rojo patina pattern embedded into a thick metal sign.
Rojo Copper Sign
The image below is of the Copper Fish Half Lamp. In this particular example, the lampshade has been made from the Rojo copper patina, which has additionally been applied around the rectangular fish designs.
Rojo Fish Half Lamp
The following copper restaurant bar uses the Mottled patina copper design. The bar itself is the centerpiece of the entire room. Trapped beneath a layer of shimmering epoxy, the dark patina accentuates the surrounding shades of black and brown. Yet most noteworthy of all is how, by choosing one of our darker patterns, the owners have prevented the bar’s occupants from being subjected to any overbearing reflections of the light above, allowing them a relaxing experience.
Mottled Copper Restaurant Bar