Copper Shaker by Treyone Kitchens
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The copper is only on the island — used for food preparation and as a place to sit — and not on the perimeter cabinets, where the sink is located. “When copper reacts with water, you get greening,” MacPherson says, “so it would age in a different way.” The material was aged and distressed even before it was installed, however. “In an untreated state, it shows marks and scuffs straight away,” he says. “We weather it in.” Once in situ, the material acquires further evidence of use, adding to its character. The island’s pendant lights and bar stools complement the metal, adding to the range of industrial finishes in the design.