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Anne Rue Interiors
and the skirted table, tall lamp and art are well-proportioned. Something tells me a bit of storage was snuck under the skirt, too. Clever!
A skirt can cover just the legs, or an entire piece of furniture, either to conceal any flaws or define a whole look. This foyer table looks so elegant with its
pleated skirt and nail heads. I wonder what the frame under it looks like.
Debra Campbell Design
Debra Campbell Design
peach bedroom, brown, powder blue, copper
blue and copper is nice, can be a bit dark at times though
Hamilton-Gray Design, Inc.
Hammered copper bar panels and upholstered barstools make for comfortable bar seating.
hammered copper bar panels, could look good as facing on my island with it's mesquite top
Live details on island. Ie the copper
Love the copper wall of bar. Like the counter tops.
hammered copper bar panels
Hammered copper kitchen
Copper Panels on island
copper hood and bar front
The copper bar panels
hammered copper on bar
Or facings in copper
over hood copper...of bar copper...Copper bar panel...copper front...copper vent hood...custom copper hood...hammered copper
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Monte Sereno Tuscan Custom Home
including copper-hammered countertops intended to age gracefully. The master bath features a celestial window bridge, which continues above a separate tub and shower. Outside, a corridor of perfectly aligned Palladian columns forms a covered portico. The columns support seven cast concrete arches.
copper art and border around hood
copper countertops with rounded edges...copper panel imbedded in tile on wall
Cons of CopperDiscoloration. This is the flip side of the pretty patina that copper develops. If you're attached to the new-penny look of shiny copper, you'll have to be diligent about resealing. Check out examples of aged copper countertops to determine if or how much you'll still like them years down
Officine Gullo USA
Officine Gullo South of France Kitchen
with with copper back splash, pot holder shelf and butcher block island are all part of the Officine Gullo collection.
Like the copper backsplash over the
black and copper. Want the steampunk look without all the moving parts? Just stick with a black and copper color palette, and you'll be almost there.
double door sink skirt, would look nice in our 2nd floor bath!
Damask patterned skirts take on a more formal approach in this Mediterranean style bath. Choosing the right fabric will allow you to use sink skirt with a range of decor styles.
skirted sink--would prefer boxpleats. but like that they begin under, not over opening.
patterned skirts take on a more formal approach in this Mediterranean style bath. Choosing the right fabric will allow you to use sink skirt with a range of decor styles.
Cindy Smetana Interiors
hammered copper farm sink. limestone cou
choose copper, you'll find it is amazingly easy to maintain! Hammered copper is particularly simple since it doesn't show fingerprints as stainless steel or shiny copper does. For basic cleaning simply use a mild soap and warm water. Keep your copper product clean and dry by wiping it down after each
abrasives or copper cleaners should never be used on our products as they may affect the finish. For extra protection, a product such as Flitz Faucet Wax+ may be applied. But don't just take our word for it! Check out this previous houzz discussion, which may answer some of your questions. http://www.houzz
flooring, the copper sink, the mix of light and dark cabinets
does a copper sink wear and what other things should I know about it before I buy it? Do you have to give it extra care and does it scratch easily?
runoff. Copper sinks require the same amount of maintenance and upkeep as a porcelain sink. Hand-hammered sinks are an option to prevent water spots from showing. Polished and matte polished copper sinks require the most maintenance. It is recommended that you use a copper cleaner every six months to
of the copper, but it should return over time. Here is a more in-depth guide to copper maintenance depending on finish: http://www.coppersinksonline.com/store/pc/Copper-Sinks-101-d14.htm
Copper is naturally anti-bacterial and is non-porous, so it is a more sanitary choice than other sink materials. Copper is known for its green patina, so keep in mind that the color of the metal will change over time. But I find it beautiful all colors. Make sure that you regularly clean the