We are all about bringing back the glamour into our lives, and have identified copper as a secret weapon. Incorporating it in your home, and in your wardrobe, instantly adds allure. In our latest issue #91, we round up some of our top local copper decor choices, and show you where to buy them.

Just one page of copper inspiration is not enough though, so here are few more from further afield.

Images: Tie string holder from West Elm | Saco de Papel Copper Block from Adaism | Cutlery from Anthropologie | Copper pendant at Michele Varian

Images: Assembly Design Copper Slight Chair | Me Far Bowls by CoWorks | Pop Tam Tam Stool Chrome Copper
Images: Bell by Sebastian Herkner for ClassiCon | Soapstone Stock Pot from Anthropologie |Gaia & Gino | Copper vase from Minimalux

Copper’s warm glow, and rich rosy metallic sheen makes it a classic, continually reinventing itself in fashionable decor.



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Copper is a chemical element with the symbol Cu (from Latin: cuprum) and atomic number 29. It is a ductile metal with very high thermal and electrical conductivity. Pure copper is soft and malleable; a freshly exposed surface has a reddish-orange color. It is used as a conductor of heat and electricity, a building material, and a constituent of various metal alloys.

Images: Algedi Table Copper/Marble from Iacoli & Mcallister | Wire Side Table by Iacoli & McAllister | Copper Lights by David Derksen | Make a Wish Origami Lampenschirm Light in satin copper | Copper Lights by David Derksen

With its natural, reflective elegance and warm luster, its no wonder covetable copper keeps on coming back.