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Copper Interiors – Making it Work

Copper interiors are here to stay, and with new products being launched all the time it’s worth updating a few accessories to bring a copper glow into your home. Go whichever way you want with it from shiny, smooth copper to give a sleek feel or warm, beaten copper to add a soft glow of colour. Copper interiors is an exciting new trend and can be incorporated into any colour scheme but is really on trend combined with soft greys and moody blues.

Copper Interiors- colour palette via Audenza

Copper Coasters

Adding copper accents immediately gives your interior décor an exciting new vibe and it’s a great way of softening the industrial look and giving it some glamour. Think about adding different textures for contrast, and to excite the eye, such as marble, brick and chalky paints. Copper pendant lights look fab against a backdrop of rough brick walls (or fake it with this wallpaper from beut) and effective against moody blue for a splash of warmth. Hicks Blue from Little Greene is a lovely rich blue that perfectly complements copper accents. Copper plant pots are another easy way to incorporate copper into your scheme.

How to incorporate copper in interiors- Audenza

Brick Wallpaper. Hicks blue paint. Browse copper furniture and accessories.

This stunning kitchen, designed by Blakes London has just a few touches of copper in the splash back and pendant lights which lend warmth to a very simple colour scheme of grey and blue and immediately adds character and interest.

How to incorporate copper in interiors- Audenza. Kitchen designed by Blakes London.

Image credit: Blakes London

 

So have you introduced any copper into your home yet?   If so, I’d love to hear what you’ve styled it with in the comments below!

Jacqui x

 

 

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10 replies to “Copper Interiors – Making it Work”

  1. kate says:

    What color teal is that? It’s the perfect wall color 🙂

  2. Claire says:

    Loved this thank you! I have painted my cabinets grey, have a brick exposed wall, copper clock, copper cabinet handles, and copper pendant lights which I sprayed. The painted walls are white. I love it x

    • Hollie@MiaFleur says:

      Ooh, that sounds gorgeous! Are you on social media? I’d love to see a pic! We’re @miafleur_home on Twitter or Instagram and @miafleur on Facebook 🙂

  3. Clare Cooper says:

    I love what you have done here. Can I just confirm that the colour in the top picture is Hicks Blue for the Little Green Company? It is just I have looked at it in store and it looks really different. Your help would be appreciated, x

    • Hollie@MiaFleur says:

      Hi Clare, thanks for your comment. Glad you enjoyed the post! Yes, it is Hicks Blue, however the colour looks different in our photos, to how it looks in the flesh, because we use lighting equipment for the photography and images are brightened/edited, so that the products (in this case, the Copper Coasters) look the right colour, which can change the colour of the paint too. The best thing to do would be to buy a sample pot and test it in your room; the lighting varies in one room greatly, even just at different times of the day. So do have a look at it with sunlight in the morning, versus solely artificial light in the evening, to check you like the colour at all times.

      Computer monitors do also change the colours slightly, so it’s always best to check colours on your wall. I hope that helps 🙂

  4. Dimi says:

    What about adding a copper sink?

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