Keep Your Copper Sink Clean for Long-Lasting Beauty
The active, living finish of copper changes over time, which adds to its charm and beauty. Copper's patina builds over time, naturally protecting the finish from corrosion. Think of your copper sink like a penny: at first it's bright and shiny, but as it becomes used, it begins to darken in places. You'll find that your copper sink develops a blend of rich, coppery tones. This is completely normal. To prevent ugly stains and scratches, please keep in mind these helpful care and maintenance tips.
Treating your copper sink with respect and common sense goes a long way to enjoying its natural shine and luster for years to come. To learn more about the luxury sinks from Fossil Blu, please contact us.
When designing your bathroom renovation, you want to create a space that is both comfortable and uplifting. You want a bathroom that makes you feel positive and charmed in the morning and easily relax into your bedtime routine at night. That's why many people choose the farmhouse style for bathroom renovations. A farmhouse bathroom is charming, efficient, and a little bit rustic: mixing old-fashioned finishes with natural tones that inspire a sense of comfort and tradition that can't help but bring a smile to your face.
But how do you choose the perfect farmhouse features to make your bathroom renovation complete? Here at Fossil Blu, we're passionate about the Farmhouse style, so you know we have a few ideas that you'll love.
Busy homes often have cluttered pantries. It's a natural side effect of cooking quickly, stocking groceries quickly, and always keeping a little extra supplies in the back of your pantry. In a new house, that pantry clutter is comforting, knowing there are always a few boxes of stuffing or cans of beans for a rainy day. But over time, pantry clutter can start to weigh you down.
Why let that happen when you have warm summer weekends and spare time for home projects? If you're refreshing your home and your mindset for summer, why not refresh your pantry?