Dassett Road - SE27Industrial Kitchen, London
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Tap into creativityYour choice of taps can play a part in how much character you bring into your kitchen. If you want to be different, go for something other than the standard chrome finish. Copper taps like these ones, or designs in black or brass, will bring a personal feel to your room.
…or using copper lighting and pansYou don’t have to restrict copper to pipes. In this modern country kitchen, a medley of copper tones adds warmth and industrial style: the light fittings and kettle, as well as the taps and some rather clever shelf brackets. You can buy copper piping relatively cheaply from DIY stores to create the same effect.Parquet flooring, dark cabinet doors and brick tiles complete a look that’s rustic without being too rough and ready.
Create your own with pipingThese kitchen shelves were created using copper piping and rough timber boards. The pipes have been made into practical frameworks for the rough wood to slot into. To add even more functionality, the designers have added hanging rails below each unit with hooks to hold cups and pots of herbs.To make something similar at home, you can buy copper piping and joints at large DIY stores. Use pipe cutters to ensure your pipes are the right length and glue the pipes and joints together using epoxy resin. You can also attach the unit to the wall with pipe holders. For more information, follow one of the easy tutorials online.Like the idea of using copper? You might also love these copper taps