We see them everywhere, kitchens, dining rooms and even bathrooms. The copper lamps They have come with great force and promise to stay for a long time. If you are a lover of industrial style or you just want to add a different touch to your decor, do not miss these proposals.
We show you a series of options to include copper in your home through the illumination. An option that will make your interior spaces with a lot of character.
Copper as a trend
Yes, copper is a clear current trend. Not only in lighting. The truth is that we can see many decorative touches in copper color in the decoration magazines, from tables to shelves. However, perhaps in the lighting is where more options are found. The truth is that copper has always been a material used in architecture and construction, but also in interior decoration. It has durability, resistance to corrosion, malleability and a bright appearance that attracts attention.
An industrial touch
Copper, through lighting, can help us give that industrial touch we crave so much. It does not matter that your interiors do not follow this trend. If you bring copper in the lamps you can make a small wink complicit in this decorative style without having to include other materials and colors of the same. Thus, this material can be included in any environment regardless of the decorative style, from minimalist rooms to vintage style kitchens, for example.
Round lamps, recurring models in any room
Although copper lamps are found in a host of different models, the truth is that the spherical are the big favorites. Are lamps very versatile that can be adapted to any use. We can, thus, place them in groups of three on a large table or on top of an American bar. These lamps remind us, in part, of the typical “sesenteras” screens in a spherical shape, but this time with another much more striking material.
Another current trend is to place simple wall lamps with slightly more attractive light bulbs. Well, copper also gets into this trend. There are sconces that have copper covered wires, a great idea to decorate any point of our house, from the surface of a side table to a dining table, creating groups of three or four sconces.