Categorized: copper design trends

Our 15 Favorite Interior Design Hacks - March 31, 2020

Making a house feel more like your home doesn’t necessarily need to cost a fortune or take months of extensive DIY renovations. Check out our 15 favorite interior design hacks to effortlessly spruce up your living space with just a bit of time and creativity! 15. Refresh old table legs with acrylic paint. Choose some… Read more »

7 Modern Kitchen Designs We Love - March 3, 2020

Whether your kitchen needs a minor update or a major renovation, the modern design trends of 2020 are sure to breathe new life into one of the most important rooms of your home. This year, interior design experts have noticed a number of significant trends that they believe will remain fashionable (and functional!) for many… Read more »

Top 10 Interior Design Trends for 2020 - February 18, 2020

To begin this new decade on a high note, many people are eager to modernize their outdated homes with features that combine beauty, functionality, and comfort. Whether you’re looking for a few redecorating ideas, or you want to completely renovate your living space, here are some of the trendiest ideas predicted to become iconic looks… Read more »

Copper Trends - October 23, 2014

Pure copper is luxurious, comfortable to work with and an increasingly-popular metal that is already used for many applications in the home. Over time, copper will naturally darken or develop a “patina” through regular use. Rather than taking measures to resist this change, architects and designers often anticipate the process and view it as something that adds… Read more »

Copper Kitchen Products - June 8, 2014

Copper Patina Most of us are familiar with the copper patina process. Over time, the copper gets a dazzling green look to it. That much we know is constant. The interesting thing is, we have found that many of our clients are not in agreement as to what the ideal copper patina is. Like art,… Read more »

Why Build With Copper? - May 22, 2014

Why build with Copper? Copper is suitable for use in a variety of industries because of its resistance to corrosion, workability, and visual appeal. Copper was the cornerstone of many ancient civilizations: for cookware, weapons, water pipes, and tools. Today, we utilize the natural properties of copper in architecture and modern living. The anti-microbial quality… Read more »