The traditional kitchen allows for flexibility, but it most often relies on simple design while making way for a few bold accents. For example, a white kitchen with black granite countertops might include a standout centerpiece, like a bold red kitchen island. These design choices maintain the overall look of a traditional kitchen while adding a bit of spunk to the design.
You do not always need fancy copper tiles and large sheets with carefully crafted patterns to create a stunning copper backsplash in the kitchen. In fact, a simple and plain sheet of copper makes a big difference to the ambiance inside a contemporary kitchen and also plays into the overall theme. Copper sheets are easy to work with, and while you might want to check both with local building codes and your architect before you opt for one, the end result is well worth that extra bit of effort.
Copper tiles definitely develop a patina with age, and if you are not really a big fan of this aspect, then you might as well stay away from copper backsplashes in the kitchen. It is this natural gaining that sets copper apart from brass and makes it such an inherent part of kitchens with styles such as rustic, traditional, farmhouse and Mediterranean. The copper-tiled backsplash can either be contained to the small wall behind the stove, or you can choose a full-fledged backsplash in metal that covers the entire wall behind the kitchen countertop.
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