Cooking is centered on one side of this simple, pretty kitchen with the stove and storage for cooking supplies. The other side is dedicated to cleaning with the sink, dishwasher and storage for larger pieces like platters and other serving ware.
Reel in an unruly garden hose in this Patina Copper Hose Pot from Frontgate.com. The hand-applied patina finish gives this copper pot an aged look. Its weather worn appearance blends with any outdoor decor.
Copper pots and pans feel right at home in this country-style kitchen. By hanging them on the wall instead of tucking them into a cupboard, the design team both saved space and turned everyday cookware into a charming display.
No matter your home’s age or interior style, a display of copper cookware always lends a sense of history in the kitchen. Atlanta interior designer Devon Garner pulled together her client’s copper pot collection to complement the colors in the slate tile hood and create a rich, Old World effect. But you don’t have to be a copper connoisseur to achieve the same result. Rummage through pots and pans at flea markets and antiques shops to find dull bargains that may shine again with a bit of polishing.
A blue tile adds color and decoration to this bright kitchen space. Woodgrain cabinets, white countertop, a stainless steel stove and copper pots combine for a polished collection of finishes. Red stove and oven knobs add a fun pop of color.
A mix of earthy blues and greens offers an unexpected twist to the traditional tile backsplash in this countryside estate kitchen. A pot rack hanging above the island turns the homeowners' beautiful copper pots into a beautiful display.
Creamy neutral tiles ground this transitional chef's kitchen, which features a large island for prepping, cooking and eating. Floor-to-ceiling custom cabinets provide much-needed storage, while open shelving is the perfect spot to display the homeowners' collection of copper pots.
This French country-style kitchen features all the amenities a chef needs to whip up a culinary masterpiece: a double oven, an expansive gas stovetop, multiple sinks, a wall-mounted pot filler and a hanging pot rack filled with copper pots and pans within reach.
Off the newly appointed chef's kitchen is a cozy niche perfect for a breakfast area. An eclectic and fun chandelier hangs above a round table, which is situated to take advantage of natural light. Built-in shelving is the ideal spot for displaying the homeowners' collection of copper pots.
A large island and hanging pots are the focal points in this spacious kitchen. A copper range hood complements the pots hanging from the pot rack as well as the copper-colored tile floor. Green cabinetry and light-colored counters add contrast to the red hues.
How gorgeous is this combo of copper pot, chunky purple amethyst, hawthoria 'Zebra' and sempervivum? To create this look, cut your hen and chicks (sempervivum) and position at an angle in the pot, filling your container with cactus potting mix. Rocks at the bottom of the container help with drainage. End the design with your amethyst and moss. Don't forget to soak your hen and chicks every two weeks and replace. Lightly water your hawthoria with about one tablespoon of water every two weeks.
Keep in mind, says Fried, that you can make your succulent designs even more easy care by using succulent cuttings rather than planting them in containers. Cut where the root begins, says Fried and position in your container. Cuttings can be easily changed out. Just remember to soak your cuttings every two or three weeks in a bowl of water and they should last for months without roots. When you are done with your arrangement you can place the cutting in soil in a container or in your backyard and "watch it root and grow" says Fried.