5 ways to incorporate copper into your kitchen!
Copper has been a top interior design trend for the past couple of years, and it’s no surprise it works so well, particularly within kitchens and bathrooms (it’s no coincidence many pipes are made from copper. If you’re looking to go down the industrial chic vibe with your new kitchen, copper is definitely a material to consider. Check out our top 5 ways to incorporate copper into your kitchen!
Copper tiles can add a glamorous feeling to any kitchen, especially those with a high shine finish. In a recent project for Mr & Mrs Roberts of Pudsey, Leeds, we used high shine brick style copper tiles arranged in a random fashion alongside contrasting slate tiles to tie in with the industrial look they love.
Not ready to splash out on a new kitchen? Adding some copper appliances or even pots and pans can really transform your space. Mr & Mrs Roberts added various copper appliances within their new kitchen to compliment their desired industrial theme. Many manufacturers are now producing copper finish electric kettles, toasters and even microwaves so you can have the look of a more traditional product, with the ease of modern
Copper light fittings
These work great within any room, but we love the look of adding copper light fittings into kitchen spaces. Step away from using only spotlights (make sure you keep enough to light up workstations and cooking areas), and add some hanging light fittings into your space. Got a kitchen diner? Why not add a low hanging feature light above the centre of the table for added ambience and to create the real wow factor!
Copper sinks work great alongside both industrial feel and traditional style kitchens. If you’re thinking industrial, try a smooth finish large copper sink with a worn appearance, or for a more traditional feel, why not try a hammered copper Belfast sink? Either way, a copper sink is set to be the talking point of any kitchen!
Copper table feature
From legs to table tops – copper works fantastically well when incorporated into your kitchen table. Go traditional with a hammered copper top, or add a subtle glamour with high shine copper table legs – the options really are endless!