If you want an elegant or rustic look, you will just love having a copper tile back-splash. Copper tile has that ageless appeal that reaches as far back as 6000 B.C. to ancient Egypt, then copper started out as jewelry fit for only the Pharaohs to wear since it was considered to be such a precious metal. However, once they learned how to hammer the copper out into sheets, it was then used to make tools for building and copper tile to decorate their buildings. Among other reasons they used copper for tiling is that copper is resistant to deep corrosion, meaning that it does not rust. That made it ideal for tiling the buildings. When it is exposed to dampness, all that copper will do is go from a reddish-orange to reddish-brown. That just added to the beauty of the metal with a 'distressed' look.
When designing a custom home for you and your family, there is a huge variety of options to choose from, which can be exciting but also sometimes overwhelming. One of the most important parts of your design is deciding on a floor plan for your property, so here are a few tips on settling on a final design for this.