One of the top interior design trends 2018 is the use of copper. This material doesn’t show any signs of fading away and it’s here to stay. If you’re looking for a sophisticated glow in your mid-century modern home, join Daily Design News and find out how to use copper in your home décor.
With a standard copper plated finish, Etta is a contemporary wall sconce with an artsy vibe. Weighing almost 7 pounds and reaching up to 20 inches, this copper-finished wall lamp is the perfect fit for either a classic or an avant-garde living room design, and it also suits quite perfectly a Scandinavian style home office in the most flattering way.
You’ll also have to bring some new bling to your dining room, and this Tom Dixon dining chair is the perfect example. With a copper frame and black upholstery, this chair will sparkle your dining room decor without looking cheap.
Remember those old, boring geometry classes? Yeah, me neither. Well, some of us apparently paid attention, hence this awesome geometric trend. Copper + polygonic designs? Not even Tinder could make such a pair.
If you don’t feel comfortable making a bold, copper-covered decision regarding your lighting fixture (we get it, changes are scary), you can go with a simple, detailed-only copper lamp. It will keep its luxurious appearance and it will be far more discrete.
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If you want to throw a fancy dinner party go get some copper plates. Sure as hell they’ll make an impression. Light up some candles, put a smooth playlist playing in the background, and you got yourself a pretty good dinner party environment.
If you’re looking for some trendy glamour, then take a closer look at this chandelier. The Brubeck chandelier, by DelightFull, combines perfectly the mid-century vibe with a trendy, more modern touch.
All in all, whichever copper lamp you decide to choose, the important thing is taking into account how that will reflect your space and how will it help create the perfect balance in your dining room. Neutrals are an obviously easy pick, but you can also create a kick-ass environment by using millennial pink, keeping your room with a fresh, trendy and youthful look.
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