Copper vessel sinks and faucets match the heavy wood accents in this bathroom in tone and richness while offering contrast in material. Leaded glass windows open to bring the fresh ocean air inside. Mature palms and lush plantings maintain privacy for the bathroom.
As seen on HGTV's Property Brothers, Drew and Jonathan Scott took down the low-hanging cabinets and opened up the entire space, creating an open-concept, eat-in kitchen with bright surfaces. The new copper light fixtures add texture to the design.
Is this a master bedroom or a five star hotel room? With an upholstered bed, copper light fixture and floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook downtown Seattle, the owners will be hard pressed to tell the difference!
The consistent, black surfaces of the countertops added depth and dimension to this loft, helping create the illusion of a larger space. Bronze and copper fixtures were selected by Ami Austin, interior designer, for a rustic, yet elegant tone. A long-tile backsplash was designed to protect the wooden walls near the kitchen sink as well as to create a sense of harmonizing style.
This kitchen is full of visual interest. The mosaic backsplash, in gray tones, is topped by a copper range hood that is complemented by the three vintage-inspired hanging light fixtures with warmly colored glass shades. The upper cabinetry is white and frosted glass cabintry, while the lower cabinets are a deep blue gray, topped with white marble countertops.
Designers pulled the dark khaki color from the tile and used it to add warmth to the shiplap backsplash. This feature wall adds a splash of color and creates a balance between the busy pattern of the tile floor and the glamour of the copper fixtures.
As seen on HGTV's Property Brothers, Drew and Jonathan Scott took down this kitchen's original low-hanging cabinets and opened up the entire space, creating an open-concept, eat-in kitchen with bright surfaces. The new island, outfitted with eye-catching blue chairs, serves as both a casual eating area and an extra work space. The copper light fixtures hanging above the island add color to the design.
Feminine curves on the mirror’s gold frame and light fixtures combined with the unique bowl pedestal sink give an eclectic vibe to this bathroom. Mounted marble frames the copper faucet and adds to the interesting lines used in the decor.
This former plumber’s ingenuity is on display in her kitchen. The exposed copper pipes and plumbing fixtures are a cool personal touch and a fun example of upcycling at its best. Designer and builder Robin Hayes left no pipe “unfitted.” Everything from the cup hooks to the temperature gauge is a clever nod to her former profession.
This lovely kitchen is full of visual interest. The warm tones of the brown suede and leather barstools with nailhead trim contrast the cool blue-gray of the kitchen island, topped with white marble. The mosaic backsplash, in gray tones, is topped by a copper range hood that is complemented by the three vintage-inspired hanging light fixtures with warmly colored glass shades. White and frosted glass cabintry, hardwood floors, and an arched doorway complete the space.
The homeowners wanted a unique dining room space that would comfortably seat ten, so designers used natural light and materials that would help make the area feel both stylish and open. Natural light flows into the space from the sliding glass doors and reflects off the white walls, while the glass top table helps the light to permeate the space rather than blocking it. Around the large glass top table, ten contemporary chairs clad in copper colored leather provide seating for the guests, while brightly colored art adds color to the space and an interesting light fixture ties the room together.