Because we received so nice photos of this project, we’ve decided to split it into two posts for the first week of this month. This is part one!
Light distressed copper is a great way to add to a mellow and soothing atmosphere with your copper project. In this example you can see Light Distressed copper tabletops in a commercial establishment.
And today, we have another four-shot post, this time a soothing Antique copper countertop.
Azul copper is often used for furniture, but we also like to see it in copper countertop projects, too!
Sometimes the Stellar copper pattern reminds us that it’s still here. And when it does so, it’s always with awe, as shown above in this remarkable copper countertop.
The owners of this delightful little homemade copper countertop used the Antique copper patina.
A special project today: A combination copper countertop / copper backsplash using the spectacular Hammered / Textured copper sheeting.
Enchantment is quite a striking pattern, so it’s no surprise that we receive many photos of different Enchantment copper projects!
A very large in-progress Enchantment copper countertop.
A very nice Antique copper countertop made for someone’s home.