Inside the home is not the only place in which one can find use for copper. The custom number sign for this home’s address has been plated with the Zebra copper pattern.
Zebra Copper Address Number Sign
The following photo is of a Mottled bar top. This stunning home project was made using the Mottled copper pattern. The pattern’s dark colors are a good match for most types of wood.
Another Mottled Copper Pattern Bar Top
Copper can be used for just about any home decorating project. The creators of this unique project have adhered Medium Distressed copper to the wood covering of this kegerator’s faucet area.
Medium Distressed Kegerator
Medium Distressed Kegerator 2
Medium Distressed Kegerator 3
The following copper countertop is made with Enchantment copper. Enchantment copper is a popular choice because of its balanced raindrop pattern of orange and black.
More Enchantment Copper Countertops
The copper seen in this backsplash picture is the Golden Bamboo pattern. It was neatly applied in segments along the length of the wall. The pure copper color of standard Bamboo has been replaced by a richer gold hue.
A Golden Bamboo Copper Backsplash
The two photos below are of a specially crafted Verde tiki bar. The Verde copper, full of deep greens and bronze-yellows is one of our oldest traditional patterns.
Verde Copper Tiki Bar
Verde Copper Tiki Bar 2
Applying copper to cabinetry is a great outlet for controlling the mood of your kitchen. In the photo seen below, Light Distressed copper has been applied to cabinet doors beneath a countertop.
Light Distressed Copper Cabinets
The picture below contains a Zebra copper bar top. Zebra copper consists of dark black and brown tones in alternating stripe-like patterns that add to the room’s chill decor.
A Zebra Copper Bar Top