Bright and rosy, copper is the metal of the moment, and its warm shine is especially welcome in the kitchen. We've written before about ways to add copper to your kitchen, but even if a remodel isn't in the cards for you, there are still plenty of ways you can get the look.
3-Piece Metallic Serving Utensil Set at Urban Outffiters, $24
Brushed Copper Wall Shelf (24") at CB2, $34.95
Add a shelf to a bit of free wall space and use it to store spices or oils (or just prop up a favorite piece of art). (Also available in a 48" length for $69.95.)
4-Piece Copper-Trimmed Cookware Set at Urban Outfitters, $69
Copper pots and pans are very beautiful, but they can also be very expensive. If they're a bit out of your reach, try this copper-trimmed set instead.
Foldable Copper Dish Rack at West Elm, $39
It's not very often that you see a really beautiful dish rack, but this one fits the bill. It folds up to store, but it's also pretty enough to leave out even when not in use.
Copper Oil + Vinegar Set at West Elm, $39
Copper Oval Ribbed Planter at Williams-Sonoma, Starting at $27.99
A planter like this with a few herbs growing is the perfect way to brighten up your kitchen.
Edgecliff Pulls in Satin Copper at Schoolhouse Electric, Starting at $34.95
Hex Shiny Copper Drawer Pull at CB2, $4.95
The metal of the moment in the shape of the moment. (Also comes in a round version.)
Copper Kettle at West Elm, $160
A copper kettle is pretty, it's classic, and even if you're not making tea at the moment just looking at it will make you feel cozy.
Copper Paper Towel Rack at West Elm, $24
Copper Planter with Hooks at Williams-Sonoma, $179.95
Copper Towel Bar at Schoolhouse Electric, Starting at $80
This copper towel bar would also make a great pot rail, paired with these copper hooks.
Titanium Plated 13-Piece Knife Block Set at Wayfair, $74.69
This set of copper knives (seen here in a photo from Moth Design) is the perfect thing to liven up the look of any kitchen.