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How to Deal with Seams

One of the biggest questions we get asked by customers is "how do I deal with seams?" We understand you don't always want seams but with a handmade product we do have limits of how long we can make each sheet.  Seams are also a must on an L-shaped bar.  Copper seams are very similar [...]

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24 Gauge vs. 36 Gauge

The question we get asked a lot is what is the difference between the 36 gauge and the 24 gauge? The 24 gauge is about as thick as a credit card and needs to be cut with hand shears or a carbide blade on a router.  It is then rolled and adhered with liquid nails [...]

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Copper Trim & Molding

We offer different types of Trim and Molding for your backsplashes.  All our trim is made by wrapping the wood trim with our 36 gauge copper.  For the actual backsplash we always recommend our heavy 24 gauge copper followed by 2-3 coats of lacquer.Edge Trim:Seam Molding:Insider Corner Trim:We also offer outside corner trim but you [...]

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Flamed Copper Bar Top

This customer used our Flamed Copper to create their bartop accenting it with a nice wood bar rail.  Both of our copper gauges (24 gauge and 36 Gauge) can come in any one of our 20 unique patinas.

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Bamboo Copper Bartop

Shown here is a commercial bar top using our light 36 gauge Bamboo Copper followed by a coat of lacquer and epoxy. The lighting reflects off the self-leveling epoxy for a magnificent shine.

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Rojo Y Negro Copper Tile

Here is a tile made using our light 36 gauge Rojo Y Negro sheet followed by lacquer and epoxy.  The beautiful colors are enhanced by the lacquer and epoxy coating.

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Azul Copper Bartop

This beautiful Azul copper patina bartop was made using the wood of a walnut tree with our copper and epoxy. A copper sink has been added in the middle to bring in more copper coloring.

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Enchantment Restaurant Bartop

Below is some photos of an Enchantment bar at Maverick‚Äôs Steak & Cocktails restaurant.  They used our Enchantment Copper followed by a coat of lacquer and then our self-leveling epoxy.The first photo shows a close up of the bartop while the second shows an overview. 

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Rojo Y Negro Entertainment Center

This beautiful copper entertainment center you can see the Rojo Y Negro copper has been applied all around this entertainment center.  The orange and red contrast with the dark wood and the copper nails provide visual decoration as well.

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Medium Distressed Copper

Our distressed copper is a popular choice for customers wanting patina copper but a more traditional color scheme.  We offer three choices - Light, Medium and Dark and it comes in both our 36 Gauge and 24 Gauge Copper.

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