The copper trend has taken over modern-day interiors in recent years, providing in-vogue aesthetics and a metallic definition to otherwise muted spaces. However, it’s not just the interior industry that’s witnessed a surge in copper popularity; jewellery, stationery, leading wearable technologies and even architectural building elements have adopted the on-trend look.
It’s a trend that we thought was simply passing through; however, copper accessories and furniture appear to be staying a little longer than expected. Whether it’s for a hospitality or residential scheme, there’s something undoubtedly alluring about the substrate and the glamour it exudes within interior spaces.
Back in 2017, the Copper Alliance wrote an article for Inex magazine explaining why we’re so drawn to the material. According to the alliance; as well as its good looks, the substrate also boasts health benefits and antimicrobial properties, which is a positive nod to today’s current focus on health and wellbeing.
From kitchens and bathrooms to lighting fixtures and accessories, copper is certainly still a positive method of adding intrigue to high-end interior design schemes.