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.
An island, sometimes known as a sideboard, is often seen in kitchens and can make a great choice for a color copper project. The one above was made using Enchantment copper.
Today we’ve got a pretty nice Enchantment copper dresser. A good match for the grain of the wood.
This miniature dresser was combined with Light Distressed copper, affixed to the front of each drawer. Furniture and copper make a great combination for something that looks as pleasing as it feels.
Light Distressed Copper Dresser
This excellent chest has a strip of Azul copper adhered to the top. Azul copper has a wonderful combination of Blue and Bronze tones.
Azul Copper Chest
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
Another popular use for patina copper in particular is in constructing exotic frames for mirrors. As you can see here, Azul copper has been used to create a stylish frame that adds color and flavor to the wall on which it hangs.
An Azul Copper Mirror Frame
The creator of this copper framed mirror has made use of the Medium Distressed copper for its frame and then modified the hue by placing orange lighting close by.
Medium Distressed Copper Mirror Frame
The bed shown here has had Enchantment copper inset in its frame. The stunning result makes good use of Enchantment’s orange and black themed pattern to give this room more style.
Enchantment Copper Bed Frame
The mirror shown below has been neatly crafted using Azul copper for its frame. The colorful blue shades of Azul add more to the room’s environment to make it feel that much fuller.
An Azul Copper Mirror