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Flamed Copper Bartop

Flamed Copper Countertop in a nearly all wood kitchen.  The colors of the flamed work seamlessly with the light wood of the walls, trim and cabinets.

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Stellar Bar Top

This beautiful bartop used our Light 36 Gauge Copper in Stellar followed by a coat of lacquer and then our self leveling epoxy.  The Stellar looks perfect with the dark wood trim and the dark bar.  It gives a bit of mystery.

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Heavy 24 Gauge Light Distressed Bartop

This bar top was made more rustic looking using our Heavy 24 Gauge Light Distressed which is a terrific choice for lighter color schemes and when you want to keep it more traditional.  The heavy 24 gauge can be used for bar tops with 2-3 coats of CopperLac on top of it.

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Enchantment Copper Bartop

This Enchantment Copper bartop is made using our Normal Pattern.  The Enchantment comes in two different patterns and you can choose a mixture or one or the other. The Longways Pattern can only be made up to 12' while the Normal pattern can be made longer.

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Flamed Copper Countertop

The Flamed Copper Countertop in this kitchen gives a little bit of whimsy to the light wood tones.  The heavy 24 gauge is used here with a few coats of lacquer.

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Enchantment Copper Backsplash

Enchantment is one of our most popular finishes and you can see why.  It compliments the black tones of the appliances and matches the wood tones as well.  Our heavy 24 gauge can be used for backsplashes followed by 2-3 coats of our CopperLac.  We also have matching switch plates and trim. 

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Bamboo Copper Inlay

This beautiful bartop is inlaid with the Bamboo copper patina that has been crinkled to give it a textured apperance.

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Enchantment Copper Bartop

Maverick's Restaurant uses the Enchantment Longways and wraps it around the bar top before putting on a beautiful rail. 

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Wine Red Curved Bar Top

This customer used our Wine Red 36 Gauge Copper to make a curved bar top and then covered with lacquer and our self-leveling epoxy.  Curved bars are more difficult and not something we recommend you take on unless you are familiar with a similar process.  This one came out beautifully!

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Zebra Heavy Copper Bar Top

This photos shows our Heavy 24 Gauge Zebra with 2-3 coats of lacquer.  The copper colors in the Zebra are accented well with the copper sink.

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