This copper pendant isn't too rustic or glam; it's just perfectly middle-of-the-road minimalist, which is what I like for a home that includes a mix of styles.
Mix up some stylish cocktails in this minimalist, modern shaker.
Silver mercury glass has been really popular for a few years now, but the copper hobnail design of these candleholders is a nice change, and they would create the prettiest glow.
This bucket would be just as pretty filled with firewood as with pumpkins or pinecones. I love the warmth and texture that hammered copper brings to decor this time of year.
I've always loved the look of copper details with slight hints of green oxidation on home exteriors. Since getting that look isn't in the works for me, these frames would be a lovely alternative. They have a beautiful patina; I'd throw them on a gallery wall with other neutral frames for a pretty pop.
Wrap a little bit of this rosy metal around dark plum napkins for the perfect holiday color combo.
Moscow Mules are my favorite drinks in the summertime, but these copper mugs are too pretty to bring out just in the warmer months. A little hot cocoa in this shiny vessel would be beautiful.
Going copper crazy this holiday? Keep the style flowing throughout all facets of your table decor with this salt mill.
Make a tray statement: Fill one with nuts, another with glasses of your signature drink and the largest with the main dish. Entertaining is best when the same elements are carried throughout the event.
You'll want to leave the fruits you just washed out on the counter when they're in something as beautiful as this copper colander.
How gorgeous would this star lantern be for the holidays? I would hang a set of three at different heights above my Christmas tree.
These bookends are superminimalist, yet they would add just the right amount of shine to a bookshelf. If you're short on space but don't want to sacrifice style, these are for you.
Old meets new in these copper oil lamps. I imagine a beautiful mantel presentation with these in alternating sizes. Or just a few of the smaller ones down the middle of a long table would be so romantic and warm looking.
This hand-crafted grater is almost too beautiful to use — almost! And all that handmade technique for just $40? This is both pretty and affordable.