The copper vanity in this close-up is made with the Rojo copper pattern. Rojo contains a background of light orange and red tones that has been peppered with bursts of turquoise throughout, and it is the one of the oldest and most popular patterns.
A Rojo Copper Vanity
A copper countertop can be a great project choice for anyone looking to add some exotic flair to their home. In this image, we have a fantastic copper countertop with the Enchantment pattern, featuring its signature rainlike appearance.
Another Enchantment Copper Countertop
Projects can be elaborate or simple, such as in the photo below. This Mottled copper bar top boasts a simple wood frame for a nice, smooth presentation that is both convenient and pleasant.
More Mottled Copper Bar Top
In the background of this photo, you can see a copper backsplash of the Stellar copper pattern. Stellar is often used specifically used for projects of at least medium length to show the pattern more fully.
Another Stellar Copper Backsplash
The copper bar top shown here is a Light Distressed bar top. The Light Distressed copper pattern contains light brown and coppery tones throughout, and it fits well with nearly any room. In this particular example, it has been matched up with black framework to give a refined, classy appearance.
Classy Light Distressed Copper Bar Top
The copper bar top shown here was made with Mottled copper. Dark shades of black and brown make up the Mottled pattern, which is often chosen for bar top and countertop projects.
Mottled Bar Edge
This simple bar top has been crafted with the Light Distressed copper pattern. The Light Distressed pattern is made up of a balanced set of light brown tones, making it easy on the eyes and a soothing addition to any room.
A New Light Distressed Bar Top
These dark cabinets have Enchantment copper affixed to their doors. Orange and black tones make Enchantment a good choice to match up with other dark colors such as the brown seen here.
Some Enchantment Copper Cabinets