Learn More about Copper Table Tops
Why Buy a Copper Table Top?
With their unique hues and various designs, copper table tops can add a whole new dimension to your home. With numerous styles, base types, materials, and decor options, there is plenty to consider when choosing a copper table top.
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How to Care for and Maintain Copper Table Tops?
Unlike wooden or glass table tops, copper table tops involve their own specific set of care and maintenance rules:
- Do NOT use lacquer
- Do NOT use chemical cleaners
- Do NOT place hot objects directly on the table
- DO use a non-abrasive cloth to wipe off dust and food crumbs
- DO apply clear paste wax every few weeks to protect the copper top
- DO let scratches and stains regain their original color before sealing again
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Frequently Asked Questions about Copper Tops -
Q: Will buying a copper-topped table be a good investment?
A: Yes. Since it becomes more beautiful as it ages, it is a perfect furniture accent that can also serve as a family heirloom for years to come. With the proper care
and maintenance, it can last through time.
Q: Will copper fit the design of my space?
A: Yes. You have two choices—match the theme of your space to your copper topped table or choose a table that is in complete contrast in terms of looks. Either way, you will have a fine looking piece in your place.
Q: How difficult is it to choose the style of copper topped table for my home?
A: Not difficult at all. Because of its reddish brown color, copper registers as a neutral-hued element. It can easily blend in with your other furniture and decor.
Q: What is the reason for the hammer-like markings on copper table tops?
A: To make the table tops, a solid sheet of copper is typically bent or hammered around a wood base. This hammering pattern is a common look and purposefully left as part of the style.
Q: How do I prevent my copper table top from turning green?
A: By applying a thin wax coating every few weeks, you can prevent your table from changing hues. However, some people like this distinctive altered look and may choose not to seal their copper.
Q: What kind of table top decor looks best on copper table tops?
A: Due to its reddish brown hue, brown items (such as old books, lamps, and figurines) and green items (such as leafy plants) look very elegant sitting atop copper tables