The following picture is of a Rojo copper tile.
A Rojo Copper Tile
This coarse wooden copper stand is the second of a three piece furniture set. Rojo copper patina has been use on each visible side, including the doors and top.
Rojo Copper Stand
The following copper bar top has made extensive use of the Stellar patina finish. A simple design lets the focus shift to the copper itself.
Stellar Bar Top
Pictured below are two images of a copper bar top at a Maverick’s Steak & Cocktails restaurant. The extensive bar top uses the Enchantment copper patina.
In the first image is a close up of one side of the bar, and in the second image is a more encompassing shot of the bar from a distance.
Bar Close Up
Bar at a Distance
Shown in the picture below is a Mottled copper patina tile. The straightforward angle shows the full tile surface.
A Mottled Copper Tile
The copper chest pictured below is makes use of the Rojo copper patina. The chest itself is partially made of forged steel, with strips of Rojo sheeting inset into the fronts of each drawer, as well as both sides of the chest. The first of a three-piece Rojo furniture set.
Copper Chest with Forged Steel
Here’s a remarkable copper backsplash in put in someone kitchen. The copper goes nicely with the wood around it.
Tiled Copper Backsplash