Are you looking for a way to accent your kitchen in a truly beautiful and unique way? Why don’t you consider adding copper! Copper sinks and range hoods are becoming an ideal piece of functional, yet beautiful artwork in all styles of a kitchen space. There are some other benefits to using copper in your kitchen other than being a beautiful piece of art. For example, copper sinks have great antimicrobial properties, long-lasting durability, and infinite unique designs. Additionally, they do not corrode or rust, and even if they are not polished particularly, copper develops a beautiful patina as it ages, adding even more character to your space.  Here within the Flagstaff Design Center, we have a few examples of Copper Kitchen Specialists’s handmade copper sinks and hoods that you may want to consider for your kitchen

As you can see, this kitchen is very extravagant. It has a rustic/country theme, and not any other choices could do as perfect of a job of maintaining this style as the copper sink and hood included in this design!

 

Photocredit: Sarah Brandstein

The owners of this kitchen that was remodeled by the companies within the Flagstaff Design Center really loved the antimicrobial properties of the hammered copper sink. Not only does it provide them with functional appeal, it looks great in their kitchen. It helps their lovely granite to really stand out, but still maintains a unique design and earthy appearance by the combination of several natural materials.

 

The dark cabinets, flat pebble backsplash, and stained glass cabinet panel inserts in this kitchen, combined with the scrolling design in the copper apron sink all work together to create a kitchen with a somewhat medieval design. Copper sinks have a variety  of formations to choose from, whether you like large single-tub sinks for washing large pans, double-tub sinks for a separation of dirty dishes and cleaning dishes, or one-and-a-half tub sinks to have a smaller veggie wash station.

 

This elegant kitchen has a somewhat Old World/Tuscan style with its medium stained cabinets, moving granite, and cove ceiling with dark trim. Not a better range hood could put the cherry-on-top to maintain the theme of this space than that copper hood! It isn't overwhelming in the space; it fits right in and adds so much character to this intimate kitchen.

This elegant kitchen has a somewhat Old World/Tuscan style with its medium stained cabinets, moving granite, and cove ceiling with dark trim. Not a better range hood could put the cherry-on-top to maintain the theme of this space than that copper hood! It isn’t overwhelming in the space; it fits right in and adds so much character to this intimate kitchen.

If you’re interested in these unique pieces of art, stop by the Flagstaff Design Center to see our samples, or check out Copper Kitchen Specalists’ website at www.copperkitchenspecialists.com!


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