One of the most common uses for copper in the interior is cladding with thin metal sheets of various surfaces, for example, columns, a backsplash, one section of the wall in the living room. The result is a very durable, noble, bright finish.
The advantages of copper in finishing include bactericidal properties of metal, attractive appearance, corrosion resistance, resistance to mechanical damage..
Despite all its attractiveness and noble luster, copper remains a metal with all the ensuing consequences. If there are too many metal surfaces in the interior, it will turn out to be cold, you need adequate decor, entourage.
Therefore, we advise you to use copper in doses, for example, two or three bright copper lamps in the dining area will be enough. Beautiful copper dishes can become a decoration of the kitchen, and a fireplace with such a bright metal cladding will add originality to the living room..
Copper fixtures can be used in the bathroom and toilet, for example, retro-style taps. And the designers themselves often decide not to hide the copper pipes, because it is beautiful and original.
Perhaps the main drawback of copper is its high cost. This is already the “premium class” interior, demonstrating the wealth of the owners no worse than granite and marble on the countertops. In addition, metal surfaces must be properly cared for so that they do not lose their luster over time..