Copper Collective

A big interiors trend which shows no sign of slowing is copper accessories. From bulbous lampshades to traditional copper pots, there is something glamorous and yet industrial about this material which is incredibly appealing. There are also some great products on the highstreet which make creating this look at home really easy.

The beauty of copper is that it only takes a little to go a long way so a nod to this trend in your home doesn't have to cost a fortune. After all we may be totally obsessed with zinc next month...

Here are some examples of how you can introduce some copper into your home along with my top picks on the highstreet. Enjoy!

One of my favourite ways to use copper is with pink and crisp whites as displayed in this room. Not only does it feel warm and modern but it also feels incredibly luxurious and seriously cool
I love copper against dark moody colours as demonstrated here with a rich blue
Use copper to add warmth to scandi white interiors


Probably the simplest and most common way to introduce copper into a interiors, but the copper lamp certainly has impact

Copper is all over the highstreet at the moment. Here are some of my top picks...



Clockwise from top left.. 
Copper pots -  Sainsburys.co.uk
Hexagon table - Notonthehighstreet
Barefoot table lamp - Dwell
Copper kettle - Morphy Richards
Vase- Habitat
Copper candle holder - Itsy


Will you be trying it? x

1 comment:

  1. That’s true. Copper is in demand for the past few years, not only in manufacturing industry but also for interior designing. Looking at the pictures, it comes as no surprise that people want to use them to make their home have an antiquated look, while at the same time having a warm feel to it. And if I have to choose something to add to my room, I would definitely want the lamp on the 4th picture. Anyway, thanks for sharing!

    Brandi Bradley @ Rotax Metals

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