So we’ve shown this project once before, a copper countertop made from Wine Red copper, but we’ve recovered another photo of it taken from a different angle. Enjoy!
That’s right, it’s the final post of this particular project, so we’re putting in some fuller view shots. And for those of you who are seeing it from this post first, it’s the Enchantment copper from ColorCopper that makes this copper countertop.
For the fourth part of our series, we’ll get some nice closeups thrown in.
And now for the third part of this special series. It’s Enchantment copper used for this beautiful copper countertop!
Today we’ll show some of the ‘before’ pictures as it was still being worked. Enchantment copper, copper countertop.
We received a massive update on this earlier project, so we’ve decided to dedicate two weeks of posts to showcasing this extraordinary residential copper countertop undertaking. The owners went with Enchantment copper this time.
Antique copper is still one of the newer patterns, so we love getting photos from people who choose it for their copper project, such as this copper countertop.
And now for the second part showing off this major residential undertaking. Verde copper, copper countertop. These photos are focused on the close-up appearance.
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.