Copper is fairly easy to find and also has the ability to “heal” itself – Over a short period of time, a scratch in copper will become darker and eventually blend with the patina. A shiny copper finish might require a little more maintenance than brushed nickel, oil-rubbed bronze and chrome, but if you let it age naturally, copper will develop a beautiful patina. It’s harder to match accessories and other fixtures to copper, and it’s not as durable as other fin
Blenheim Grey Brushed Limestone. An extremely hard European Limestone that combines slight surface texture with a blend of light-mid grey tones. Surface mottling, small shells and veining make for a forgiving floor that is equally at home in modern or traditional interiors.