Trends: Copper

March 7, 2017 / SHOPPING, Trends / 0 Comments
'Pran 220-A' lamp in copper by Position Collective, £215.75, Clippings

10 ways to add this on-trend metallic into your home

 

While brass may have been leading for a while in the interior design style stakes, copper is definitely the one to watch for homewares and accessories. Here’s our top ten ways to add a little gleaming glamour to your home…

 

1 As pendant lights Because lighting is akin to the jewellery of the home, so a little metallic here makes sense. ‘Plan 238’ lamp in black and copper by Position Collective, £276.16, Clippings

'Pran 238' lamp in black and copper by Position Collective, £276.16, Clippings

‘Pran 238’ lamp in black and copper by Position Collective, £276.16, Clippings

 

2 On glassware. Because sometimes just a touch of copper is enough. ‘Tank’ whiskey glasses, £45 for a pair, Tom Dixon

'Tank' whiskey glasses, £45, Tom Dixon

‘Tank’ whiskey glasses, £45, Tom Dixon

 

3 As bathroom hardware Because it’s essentially copper piping gone luxe. The ‘Zen05’ wall mounted tap, £1,045.20, The Watermark Collection

'Zen05' wall mounted tap in copper, £1,045.20, The Watermark Collection

‘Zen05’ wall mounted tap in copper, £1,045.20, The Watermark Collection

 

4 Kitchenwares Because you needn’t contain your copper just to your pots and pans. Instead invest in this stunning knife set: ‘Titanium Copper’ knife block by Viners, £59.99, Very

'Titanium Copper' knife block by Viners, £59.99, Very

‘Titanium Copper’ knife block by Viners, £59.99, Very

 

5 Accessories Combining two of our very favourite materials of the moment, copper and terracotta in a way that’s both useful and beautiful. ‘Water Carafe’ by Hend Krichen, available patterned or plain, £125, Amara (For more glorious things in terracotta, click here!)

Water carafe by Hend Krichen, £125, Amara

Water carafe by Hend Krichen, £125, Amara

 

6 As everyday things Because even a humble hook becomes something so much more exciting when rendered shiny and new in copper. ‘Bronzini’ hooks by Alessandro Zambelli, from £132, Portego

'Bronzini' hooks by Alessandro Zambelli, from £132, Portego

‘Bronzini’ hooks by Alessandro Zambelli, from £132, Portego

 

7 As essential things Because it makes the mundane marvellous. For example this vintage Leff 24-hour flip clock,  in copper, has been reinvented and redesigned, with a unique combination of materials and graphics. £300, Habitat

Leff copper clock habitat

Leff copper clock habitat

 

8 Statement pieces Because if you’re going to go for it, why not really go for it! ‘The Copper Tay’ bath, from £8,940, Drummonds

'The Copper Tay' bath, from £8,940, Drummonds

‘The Copper Tay’ bath, from £8,940, Drummonds

 

9 Or as a little side note Because copper works wonderfully well with wood, stone and marble, a little touch also goes a long way. ‘Lyric’ hammered-copper platter and serving bowl set, £68, Anthropologie

'Lyric' platter and serving bowl set, £68, Anthropologie

‘Lyric’ copper platter and serving bowl set, £68, Anthropologie

10 Or just because it’s beautiful No one needs this, but it is so very lovely to look at. And it comes with its own little stone drip tray! ‘Weaver’ copper tea infuser, £46.79, TOAST Living

'Weaver' tea infuser by TOAST living for Day & Day Trading Corp., £46.79, TOAST Living

‘Weaver’ tea infuser, £46.79, TOAST Living

 

And for six more inspirational ways to use copper in your kitchen, see here.

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