Bimetallic solutions play a vital role in the growth and functionality of copper trimesate (Cu-BTC) metal-organic frameworks (MOFs). The effect of Ag+, Ca2+, Mn2+, Co2+, and Zn2+ on the growth of Cu-BTC was studied by fabricating M-Cu-BTC MOFs at room temperature using bimetallic M-Cu solutions. While Ag+ in the MOF had a rod-like morphology and surface properties, divalent cations deteriorated it. Moreover, unconventional Cu+ presence in the MOF formed a new building unit, which was confirmed in all the MOFs. Apart from Ag and Mn, no other MOF showed any presence of secondary cations in the structure. While Ag-Cu-BTC showed an improved H2S uptake capacity, other M-Cu-BTC MOFs had superior organic pollutant adsorption behavior. Thus, we have demonstrated that the physicochemical properties of Cu-BTC could be modified by growing it in bimetallic solutions.