This basketweave copper wall will take on a patina and change color over time.
This copper cladded fireplace surround amplifies the warm glow of the fire.
This unique copper wall reflects light.
I've seen this freestanding tub in rustic chic ski chalets and in luxurious mansions. It works well in both, and everywhere in between.
This hammered copper accent wall warms up this bar.
A hammered copper hood always becomes a focal point in a kitchen, especially when complemented by copper counter tops.
Copper accents and counters can take on a very modern look when paired with a light, minimalist kitchen.
Here the copper has taken on the form of a farm sink.
Copper can be used in subtle ways, such as on a handrail.
This copper roof/wall detail is a major feature of this home's exterior.
Here is the same home from a distance.
This copper accent is a great example of how the patina changes over time.
More exterior copper with a beautiful patina.
Let's take a look at how copper has moved on up from pipes to other bathroom accents. Here it extended up into the sink.
Here the copper bowl serves as a sink and pairs up with a mirror...
The drama of this entryway is heightened by copper.
A copper screen is a winning detail on this fieldstone fireplace.
A copper roof is a wonderful garden accent.
Copper makes for wonderful plantings in the garden as well.