A beautiful reddish brown, Copper is a popular colour choice for interior design, both in its material form and as a hue. Many people believe copper has healing and repairing properties which may explain why it makes rooms feel warm, homely, and full of energy.
Copper works well with a myriad of other colours. You could enrich spaces with jewel tones or cool tones such as silver, blue, or grey. Alternatively, a palette of browns, or natural and earthy tones would suit copper tiles well too.
Copper tiles are a beautiful addition to any kitchen, particularly when teamed with greens or neutral hues. Ferreira’s Magneto range has a metallic finish and the colour Magneto Corten is a rich brown copper that would be ideal for a kitchen floor. The rough and worn vibe of the tiles adds a rustic feel, regardless of whether you opt for a more refined honed finish or natural slate finish.
Similarly, Corten from Ferreira’s other metallic range, Ferrous, would add depth and richness of colour to any kitchen. Furthermore, the collection is part of the PROTECT line of products, meaning the tiles are antimicrobial for increased health and safety. Ferrous tiles are available in a honed finish.
Both the copper hue tiles from the Magneto and Ferrous ranges would also be very much at home in a bathroom, with many people using the same tiles on both the floors and walls for a wet room feeling.
If a wood effect is more your style, Bois Urbain is a range that mimics the inperfections, knots, and veins of natural wood. Noisette is a striking natural brown wood effect tile with copper chunks running throughout.
To increase the luxurious feel of your bathroom, Marble Lab could be a range to view. Glam Bronze and Nero Portoro are both marble effect porcelain tiles with threads of copper interwoven into the delicate patterns. Sahara Noir from the Unique Stones 2.0 collection has similar veins of copper and gold running throughout, however, it is more graphic in appearance.
Copper tiles are not just suitable for floors, they can have a dramatic impact when used on walls too. All of the ranges discussed above could be used on both floors and walls against an array of decorating schemes to uplift a room.