With warm interiors being the talk of the town, what’s better than a rose gold-looking copper to add a touch of luxe to your interiors. Copper is no longer limited to styling it as accents and accessories. With the advent of new-age finishing materials such as liquid metal, you can now use copper on larger surfaces like walls and shutters.
If you, like us, love the exuberance of the lovely copper metal, read on to discover four beautiful decoration ideas by Krishika Shah, Founder, Surface Design Studio, Evolve India on SURFACES REPORTER (SR) that would help you to add a touch of glamour to your space.
Eye-catching accent wall with texture liquid metal copper panels
Copper can definitely make a statement when used on large surfaces like walls and floors. Therefore, ensure you style the space minimally to let the metal add its charm. Copper is reflective and tends to change colour depending on the lighting of the space. We advise you to have a combination of ambient lighting with a decorative one to give the place a feeling of oomph.
A memorable entryway with a designer copper door skin
Who doesn’t love to make a statement with their doors? Most interior lobbies are crafted in shades of white, grey and beige, but the rose gold shade of copper makes for a perfect match. Pick a pre-designed door skin in copper and give your door a makeover of its own in no time.
Furniture with an evergreen press-pitted copper texture
Gone are the days when you would need to cast copper to make a furniture piece with liquid metal. You can now craft lightweight metal furniture with ease. Simply craft your furniture in a base of your choice, be it plywood or MDF, and finish it with a liquid metal coating. And there you have your metal furniture piece ready for your project.
Touch of aged copper texture
Not everyone likes the glitz and glam, but they wouldn’t mind it in small measure. For those, we say pick a copper wall art. Pair it with a dull gray plain wall, some wooden furniture, plants and accessories and you’ve got yourself a corner worthy of a second look.
The article is written by Krishika Shah, Founder of Surface Design Studio, Evolve India.