Aged Copper Finish
For centuries, copper has been the mainstay of interior décor due to its metallic shine that subtly reflects different hues with light. Copper undergoes chemical changes with time and forms patinas that remind and help you relive homespun memories.
Copper’s tarnishes are a result of oxidation or, in simpler terms, a series of reactions with oxygen that allow it to ‘age’. Copper is also spray painted with patina finishes in blue or green, which can give any pre-patina look the classical aged copper appearance. Aged copper has a bold metallic finish that shines blatantly when brushed upon home furnishings and hence, gives a ‘lived in’ look.