Copper is still very much in vogue, even after so many seasons. Maybe it’s because people have found many innovative uses for copper, including creating beautiful statement art pieces. It’s easy to maintain, and add an interesting metal element to your home. Copper pipe too has found its way into people’s homes, as its versatility, durability and look, makes it perfect for décor items. Copper pipe décor ideas are numerous and we have compiled a few of them for you to be inspired by:
A lovely little addition to your kitchen could be a copper pipe holder for paper towels, which can save counter space. You can use a much bigger size to hold cloth towels too in your bathroom.
Make a garment rack to increase storage in a stylish way. You can hang your favorite clothes from this rack. You can make one to fit in your closet too, thus increasing your closet space. Or you can place the rack in a prominent place in your bedroom to display all your fashion favorites. Instead of a stand, it would be easier to attach a copper pipe to your ceiling and hang your clothes on that.
Tablet/ iPad/ iPod holder
Make a unique iPad or Tablet or iPod holder with small copper pipes. The holder would be strong but lightweight and look great too. You can prop up your tablet or iPod and do your work, as your hands would be free.
Round mirror frame
Mirrors do double duty in your home – they make your home look spacious and look gorgeous too. Make a copper pipe framed mirror for your home at a very moderate price. You can repurpose a second mirror and fix copper piping all around it to make your very own decorative mirror.
Use your imagination to make minimalist planters. You can also make plant hangers which can be suspended over the sink or hung on your wall. You can use air plants as they weigh less and look pretty indoors. Join two or three pipes to form any shape you like, with the pipe ends facing upwards so that you can plant some indoor plants in them.
Tables made from copper pipe
If you are an experienced DIYer, you can make tables from copper pipes easily. Or you can get it made at a workshop. These tables are stylish and functional, and the base design can be as simple or elaborate as you want, depending on your taste or décor theme.
Copper pipe jewelry
Bend one or more pieces of tiny copper pipes and thread a jewelry chain through them to make pretty jewelry you’d be proud to wear.
Copper pipe minimalist light
A simple copper pipe can be converted to a striking minimalist lighting fixture, with just one exposed light bulb. The round copper spout provides the perfect vessel for the exposed light bulb.
Magazine holders too can be made from copper pipes – you just need to weld a few pieces together to create the base and frame and cut up a pair of old jeans to hold the magazines.
Copper flower holder
Hang a copper pipe from a nail to create a wonderful horizontal hanger from which you can hang pretty little flower bouquets, or any lightweight holiday decorations. This is a great idea for parties. These flowers will liven up any room.
Make a windchime with leftover copper pipes of different widths. You can source the copper pipes from scrap dealers and reuse them to create a charming windchime.
You can make candlestands from various lengths of copper pipes. Attach pretty glass holders to hold the candles, and wow everyone with these exquisite candlestands. Or follow the industrial style trend and just fix the candles directly onto the copper pipes.
Copper pipe industrial style clock
An industrial style clock can be made by cleverly joining copper pipes in a square shape.
Make a wonderful jewelry stand with a wooden base and the extended copper pipes to hold all your bangles, bracelets and necklaces.
Leftover copper pipes from other projects can be reused to make to make beautiful décor items to grace your home.