This example image is of an Enchantment patina copper tile, taken from directly above the tile for an overhead view.
An Enchantment Copper Tile
The Rojo copper in these copper cabinets, which are made from reclaimed barn wood of vintage American farms, contribute to the very classic feel of the wood chosen for this kitchen.
Barnwood Copper Cabinets
In this exquisite copper entertainment center, you can see that the Rojo Y Negro pattern has been applied in various sizes all around. Orange and red contrast with very dark wood to provide an entrancing visual that might receive more attention than the very things it serves to hold.
Rojo Y Negro Entertainment Center
The lamp shown below is the Block Copper Lamp. This example has the Azul patina pattern, but the lamp itself is available in nearly any pattern.
The Block Copper Lamp (Azul)
A most basic piece of copper furniture, this Rojo covered copper end table (topped with a Rojo copper lamp) provides yet another example of what you can do with copper patina. In this case, the light brown wooden table uses a trimmed sheet of Rojo copper that has been enveloped in glass and placed into position. Simple, yet effective.
Rojo Copper Table Top
Here is a sample image of a Distressed patina copper tile, taken directly overhead.
A Distressed Copper Tile
These copper cabinets, made from the recycled barnwood of classic American farms, have had the Rojo copper patina applied to them. In such quantity, it’s easy to see the beautiful, one-of-a-kind patterns that each sheet has.
Rojo Barnwood Cabinets
This elaborate lamp is the Green Saguaro copper lamp. Verde copper patina has been applied to the lampshade and lamp, with an extruding image of a desert scene on the side.
Green Saguaro Copper Lamp