Warm metallics are making their mark in interior design and copper is taking the lead in the kitchen. This soft, reflective metal will instantly create a warm, sophisticated glow in your home. Well, there’s plenty to choose from for your kitchen.
Perhaps you are looking for a statement piece with the wow factor, such as a downdraft hood? Maybe a more subtle accessory, such as kitchen cabinet handles or a hand-mixer,
will indulge your inner fashionista?
In addition, stainless steel has always proved popular in the kitchen, but it can seem cold and clinical to some. Meanwhile, gold is in demand for those who require a bit of ‘bling’ in their lives. However, copper makes the perfect choice if you’re looking for a more understated finish with stylish appeal.
Our Harptree in-frame kitchen took this year’s kbb Birmingham show by storm. Filled with copper appliances, a sink and tap and accessories, this proved to be a hit with visitors to our stand.
As a result, at Caple, copper has enabled us to experiment with a whole host of new designs in the kitchen. After all, this is the metal of the moment. Due to it being such a shimmering metallic, it can give an instant, luxurious finish to a kitchen cabinet, wet zone or cooking arena
We think nothing says industrial chic quite like our sink and tap. Made from high quality, stainless steel, we have even used a PVD* coating to bond the steel and copper. It makes perfect sense as this method is used by Rolex to gold-plate their watches. Therefore, you can benefit from an ultra durable finish, which can withstand daily wear and tear in the kitchen.
Our Nosta downdraft extractor not only looks good but performs exceptionally well too. Furthermore, it’s packed full with innovative, retro styling. In fact, we designed this model to resemble a jukebox with four speeds and a booster function. Consequently, this piece is fit for the more adventurous who want an appliance with the wow factor in the kitchen.
Crazy for copper
We would love to hear your thoughts on the copper trend. How are you introducing it to your home? Let’s have a chat through Twitter, Facebook or Instagram now.
*PVD stands for physical vapour deposition. This technique vaporizes solid metal in a high vacuum and deposits it on electronically conductive materials as a pure metal or alloy coating. This creates a brilliant finish for colour which will not fade.
The Ceramica island hood with its incredibly eyecatching handmade ceramic body, features exquisite attention to detail and powerful extraction.
The Zalto offers iconic styling and exceptional performance. You can choose from a copper, silver or black finish.
Single control or single lever taps have stood the test of time. It is testimony to their ease of use and adaptability to great design.