A textured copper sheet is made by indenting or creating distortions on the metal sheet using a plethora of methods. Some popular methods of texturing include hammering, using nails, stamps, diamond burs, and more. While this textured sheet has many aesthetic uses, copper, in its many forms, can also be used to add a rustic touch to a property’s interiors. Here, 4 such decor ideas featuring the metal will be explored below.
How to use copper for interior decor?
Being an excellent electrical conductor, copper is already used in wiring. However, they can also be incorporated aesthetically as lamp shades, holders and chandeliers in different parts of the house. Combined with the right light and darker hues in the room, they can create a distinguished, elegant ambience.
Wall or Furniture Cladding
In this case, textured and sleek forms of copper can be used for aesthetic purposes such as wall or furniture cladding. To create a luxuriant environment, copper can be used as art installations or as accessories to furniture. Due to the malleable nature of the metal, it is easy to give it the desired shape. Furthermore, its textured version requires less maintenance and cleaning as it absorbs small scratches and dents.
Copper is also prominently known for its antimicrobial properties. Therefore, it can be utilised in kitchens and bathrooms in sinks, faucets, pipes, and other high contact surfaces. This addition will also add a traditional, rustic charm to the setting.
As mentioned above, copper is extremely malleable, hence it can be hammered, textured, wired, polished, or used as is to create multiple accessories that can be used around the house. Some examples include drawer handles, cupboard handles, keys, candle stands, curtain rods, cutlery, and more.
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