…not that kind of hammered. At Quality Bath, we recommend sober surfing so that you can get the full awesome shopping experience!
A hammered metal finish is the perfect way to add some pizzazz to an ordinary metallic piece – a light fixture, sink, bathtub, or even backsplash or counter, if you’re adventurous. You still get the shine, neutrality, class, and timelessness of metal, with some extra zingy visual interest. Even better: it camouflages those inevitable dings and dents that would be glaringly obvious on a smooth finish.
Because we love the hammered look, we’re sharing the weath with you. Check out twelve of our favorite hammered pieces for every room.
A copper tub makes a statement; hammer that copper to turn it into a showstopper:
The delicate shade on this pendant looks like it belongs on a piece of jewelry:
Hammered copper bathtub-shaped sink, distressed finish, and nailheads? Yes, please!
This faucet doesn’t have the classic hammered finish – you’d probably call it distressed – but it does feature original blacksmith hammer marks as well as other effects of the forging process:
Apron sinks don’t have to be farmhouse-style:
For just a touch of elegance on your bookshelves:
Luxurious. Chic. Sophisticated. This tub has it all:
Proving that hammering plays well with other patterns:
Add some sparkle to that boring end table:
Yes, the range hood can be the focal point of your kitchen, especially when it looks like this:
Impress your guests with your impeccable taste when you display this tray:
A touch of glamour in the bathroom goes a long way:
Which one’s your favorite?