Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Copper Crush!

Today's round up focuses on copper. Traditional brass has been kept at the bay  and copper has been experimented for new glam on the coffee table. Usually I find myself stuck at the edge of my comfort zone with brass and easily pull desired results, but playing around with copper made me realize they also go with....well...everything. Classic look of nicely aged copper has freshen up my coffee table by adding up a little bit of shine.

These copper urlis (Tamba Kundis) were gifted by my 'Ma' many moons back. Every time I visit her, part of her home treasures are destined to come home back here in Canada. Though, she was determined not to let me steal away her copper kundis, hence gifted me 4 of new ones for my home. I love their unique versatility when it comes to decorating them.

The "kamandal" or candle holder was spotted at a yard sale for $10 on our last year's visit at cottage, as soon as I locked my eyes on it, I knew it was coming home. For someone like me who revels in antique could have no way left it behind. Without fretting over it has been added to my copper collection proudly.


Classy hostess tray is gifted by a dear old school friend who visited me recently. A perfect gift of a perfect piece that will be cherished for long. My mind is racing infinite ways of styling this beauty.  


A little bit of old and a little bit of new are mixed and interpreted myriad ways with positive results for this vignette. Hope this post will inspire you to check your attic for copper that can be dusted off and shined to bring in your decor. ( For brass cleaning: A pinch of salt and a lemon slice works best for me) 

Leaving you with my shiny coffee table, until we meet again, stay connected on Facebook page or Instagram feed of Pinkz Passion, toodles!

3 comments:

  1. Wow this is so beautiful. Can you please tell me where you got the Buddha Idol?

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    1. Hi Suma, the Buddha idol was fetched from Delhi, India. Thank you for stopping by.

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  2. Loved those candle stands next to the buddha...where did you get those?

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