Is copper having a moment? With its heat-conductive properties and oxidation potential (and with scrap prices at an all-time high), copper is synonymous with luxury. Here are five examples of exposed copper done right.
Above: Copper piping and connectors are cleverly fitted together to form a pot rack in the kitchen; via Bostad.
Above: Copper gleams throughout an the interiors of Barber Amsterdam.
Above: Copper pipes extend across the wall in a kitchen by UK company Plain English. For more see our previous post: A Kitchen for the People, Courtesy of Prince Charles.
Above: Copper piping from the ceiling down to a German work sink at The Old Library in Australia.
Above: Copper pipe shelving in the home of Magnus Reed, via Freunde von Freunden.
Above: Exposed copper on view in the SF home of Jeff Wardell and Claudia Sagan; via Dwell.
Above: A DIY coat rack from Ivania Carpio of Love Aesthetics.
Above: Copper pipes double as a storage rack; from VT Wonen.
Above: Copper piping is used in Bisazza's Bagno Collection.
Above: Designer Daniella Witte fashioned a ceiling light fixture from copper pipes that looms over her work table.
Above: Copper pipes are partially hidden behind the bathroom mirror at Archangel Hotel; see Hotels & Lodging: Archangel Hotel in England.
N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on May 4, 2012.