Copper has been used in interior design for thousands of years. Not surprisingly, this venerable metal is making a considerable resurgence in popularity of late as designers bring the cool texture and warm tones of copper to interiors in new, fashionable ways. Ranging from traditional interiors to mid-century and contemporary design, copper is capable of adding a stylish, metallic touch to any décor.
The impact of lighting in a home is multi-faceted, as it illuminates the space, and acts as a design element in and of itself. Copper lighting fixtures – think pendants or contemporary chandeliers – are stylish additions to a room that boldly add dimensional light, and help define a space. Depending on the finish, ranging from shiny and raw to a natural or heavy patina, copper lighting can be paired with a wide range of styles including cozy, rustic, western, and contemporary.
Copper can easily be added to the décor of any house without the need for renovation or major changes. Copper plant pots, vases, candle holders, lamps, and wall art are all simple ways to add copper to your house without great expense or the work involved in renovations.
Take a look at some pieces that you can include in your decoration.