The bar top shown here contains Azul copper. Azul copper contains vibrant shades of blue. Its appearance can be manipulated with different types of lighting to set different moods depending on project’s purpose.
Azul Copper Bar Top
The Stellar copper pattern is exhibited as a backsplash in the image below. Meteor-like shapes travel across the coppery background.
Stellar Copper Backsplash
One of the most recent tile additions, Wine Red is named for its distinct appearance, as if a perfect snapshot of its namesake had been captured and fused into the copper itself during decantation across the surface. Numerous robust drops of dark and light burgundy shades, bountifully scattered throughout the patina and atop one another make it one of the most concentrated patina patterns.
Wine Red Copper Tile
The backsplash shown here is a Bamboo copper backsplash. The copper’s appearance has been modified by special lighting to give it a strong red-orange tint for this rustic looking wood kitchen.
Bamboo Copper Backsplash
This countertop is made with the Enchantment copper pattern. Enchantment consists of rain-like “droplets” that travel across the copper sheet; when laid out on a lengthy surface, such as this bar top, the resulting appearance is nothing short of marvelous. Enchantment matches up well with other colors, due to the black and coppery-orange background.
Enchantment Copper Countertop
Hoods are a good way to add flair to an often untouched part of the kitchen. The hood below has been carefully wrapped in Light Distressed copper sheeting.
Light Distressed Copper Hood
This stunning Azul copper bar top with a coating of epoxy is set in a bar room and has been matched up with red-orange wood.
Wooden Azul Bar Top
This photo shows the Enchantment patina copper tile from an angle. The copper itself has also been placed at an angle for a more dynamic look.
One More Enchantment Copper Tile