We get asked a lot how people should deal with seams. Seams are a fact of counter and table tops and sometimes you may have to get creative to deal with them. Seams in copper are like seams in granite. They are there but they aren’t really overly noticeable. Below is a table from the folks at I Hate My Kitchen made a beautiful Azul and Copper table.
The copper sheets come in widths of 3′ & 4′ (24 gauge) and 3′ (36 gauge). Sometimes you may require a width that is wider than what the copper sheets come in.
It turned out absolutely beautiful! Although, it was done because of the widths of the copper, I prefer how this looks and think this should be done on purpose!
Below here is an Azul copper table project. Two strips of Azul copper align the outer sides of the top.
Azul Copper Strip Table Top
Check the corner of this image for a recent copper table top, made from the Azul copper pattern which consists primarily of deep blue and bronze tones.
Azul Copper Table Top
This copper table has a three striped appearance. The two outer stripes are Azul copper, leaving the middle as the table’s natural wood.
Striped Azul Copper Table Top
Mottled copper is a pattern that gets represented less often, but is not a pattern of lesser quality. This striking table has a copper table top as well as copper drawers.
Mottled Copper Table Top
This remarkable wooden table was embedded with Medium Distressed Copper. The copper is framed in by the darkened wood of the table.
Medium Distressed Copper Table Top
The following image is of a Bamboo copper end table.
Bamboo Copper End Table
The table shown below makes use of the Rojo copper patina. Copper table tops are nearly always made from the light 36 gauge copper.
Rojo Copper Table Top
This quaint copper table is made from recycled barnwood. Encased on top is a sheet of the Rojo patina pattern to improve on the barnwood’s vintage American look.
Rojo Barnwood Table
A most basic piece of copper furniture, this Rojo covered copper end table (topped with a Rojo copper lamp) provides yet another example of what you can do with copper patina. In this case, the light brown wooden table uses a trimmed sheet of Rojo copper that has been enveloped in glass and placed into position. Simple, yet effective.
Rojo Copper Table Top