Take the cauldron on the right, for example. I love the rustic shape, but the extra detail of a repoussé band makes it irresistable. They're marketing it as an extra large planter, but I might use it for firewood too.
Many Turkish homes have a piece or two of something copper. A tray or a decorative wall panel, or the most common find, the coffee cezve. I dreamed of importing a copper hood embossed with artichokes for my kitchen. I finally found a plain one from an artisan in the Ozarks.
If you don't like to use copper in your decor, there are always cake molds or kettles to polish. I never polish my copper though. It's a pain and luckily I prefer patina. A quick wipe once in a while to keep the dust off and I'm happy.
Copper once used in kitchens, now as decor, Hurriyet Daily News