20 Must-Have Copper Pieces for Your Wedding Registry
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20 Must-Have Copper Pieces for Your Wedding Registry

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: The copper trend is here to stay. Just a few of these metallic details around your kitchen can instantly brighten up the space (Just take a look at how pairing copper appliances with marble accents lends a modern feel). If you haven’t yet worked this striking metal into your decor, your wedding registry is the perfect opportunity to bring the style home. Scroll on for 20 rose-gold decor goodies that will turn your newlywed abode into a welcoming oasis.

1. Williams Sonoma Copper Bar Set ($80): These bar essentials will give a little extra flair to your cocktail mixing skills.

2. Martha Stewart Collection Copper Tray ($72): Breakfast in bed isn’t complete without a gorgeous tray to carry your waffles and coffee.

3. Spartan Shop Copper Water Bottle ($60): Carry this cute and sustainable water bottle while running errands or on your way to a hot yoga class. Just make sure that you register for two so that you and your boo can match!

4. Oliver Bonas Set of Three Hexagon Metallic Nesting Tables ($305): Make your newlywed house a home with these metallic tables that add instant shine to any room.

5. Bodum Copper Coffee Collection ($30): We’re buzzing just from looking at the striking black (or white) and copper details.

6. Anthropologie Copper Top Flatware ($78, set of five): Forgo the good china and register for copperware that you’ll get to use every day.

7. Urban Outfitters Copper Stemless Glasses Set ($29): Cheers to copper wine glasses that are durable and stylish.

8. Oliver Bonas Marble Pebble Cheese Board With Set of Two Knives ($102): The only thing we love more than a good cheese and charcuterie spread is the board itself.

9. Mauviel Teakettle ($200): A good tea kettle is essential in any kitchen, but a beauty like this one is rare.

10. KitchenAid Pro Line Copper Mixer ($1,000): This fancy version might tempt you to go pro with your special chocolate chip cookie recipe.

11. West Elm Copper Kitchen Canisters ($32+): Keep your flour, sugar and favorite snacks in these stylish canisters.

12. Anthropologie Pineapple Measuring Cups ($48): Transport yourself to a tropical island as you measure out your ingredients in these stackable cups.

13. Georg Jensen Henning Koppel Clock ($161): You’ll never be late with this eye-catcher hanging on your wall. Okay, maybe just five minutes late, but that’s because you were perfecting your reverse smokey eye.

14. World Market Copper Glass Tea Storage Box ($20): Use this storage box for your fave flavors of tea, or organize your vanity table to make your morning routine a favorite part of your day.

15. Belgique Copper Translucent 11-Piece Cookware Set ($300): Maybe you don’t have a set of pans in your new home, or you’ve collected mismatched skillets and pans from here and there. Registering for this cookware set will give you peace knowing that there’s a lid for every pot.

16. Mr. J Designs Hand Finished Copper Shelves ($138): Give your knickknacks a home with these copper shelves that feature a hammered finish, giving them an industrial look.

17. Williams Sonoma Copper Wine Opener ($25): Opening a bottle of wine has never looked so good.

18. De’Longhi Matte Copper Coffee Maker ($135): Brew yourself a cup of joe in this fancy coffee pot that won’t break the bank. Combining the matte and metallic trend, this coffee maker will soon be your favorite morning accessory.

19. W&P Design Copper Straws ($16, set of four): Sip your drinks out of these reusable copper straws for a fun treat that won’t ruin your rainbow lipstick.

20. Pier 1 Imports Moscow Mule Mug Set ($68, set of four): Your copper-filled registry wouldn’t be complete without a few mugs. Having these essentials on hand means that it’s always time for a refreshing Moscow Mule.

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