Who said a copper tub can be used for furnishing country bathrooms only? Indeed, a tub made of hammered copper has rustic characteristics but its design will define application. Smooth line and simple style will make the copper tubs great... Continue Reading →
Any copper oval sinks for bathroom can be made with a round or flat flange. While the first copper sink version can be used for drop-in installation only, the second one has multiple applications. You can either place the sink under the bathroom cabinet counter as undermount or drop it in to the opening while the lip remains outside. When ordered together any other bathroom fixture including copper tub or mirror can be hammered with the same strokes and patina finish.
There are two type of copper bathtub and bathroom sink finishes offered by Rustica House brand. The tub or sink is made of hammered copper with pre-selected patina color or made of natural metal without any treatment. The first version... Continue Reading →
A number of our buyers requested information about spaces between copper fixtures and appliances. Mostly, they were referring to copper tubs and oven hoods. In case of bathroom fixtures it is entirely up to the buyer where and how the... Continue Reading →
What is the difference between copper bath sink hammered as undermount and drop-in? Non. Both of them are the same sink, the difference is in the way it is installed. An undermount copper sink is placed on the bathroom cabinet... Continue Reading →
While advancing your custom hammered copper bathroom or kitchen improvement design, there are a few considerations needed to be taken. Among them space available, the primary person height who is going to use the fixture as well as your preferences.... Continue Reading →
Copper bathtubs are antibacterial making them perfect bathroom fixture that is healthy and at the same time beautiful. The bathtubs are made of hammered copper using the technology utilized by Europeans before even discovering North America. What makes brand new... Continue Reading →
Each manufacturer is using different methods for creating antique copper. Some suppliers use more environment friendly ways of ageing copper and others employ chemicals. How it works? Copper is getting dark in natural process and changes from shining light tones... Continue Reading →