Decorative Stainless Sheet Metal...
1. Bright Tree Bark
Bright Tree Bark is an ideal surface treatment if you’re looking for a very distinctive stainless steel to provide architectural texture. Tree Bark can give any kitchen or bathroom a strong visual presence. It also offers great strength in applications that will have high impact or heavy use. This pattern is often used to break the vertical or horizontal focuses while maintaining an industrial grade finish that is impervious to wear.
2. Random Swirl
Random Swirl is another popular treatment, similar to brushed, but more random in nature. It is used in very exquisite kitchens for a backsplash behind the sink and stove. It does not show marking and is easy to keep clean.
3. Bright Quilt Stainless Steel
Bright Quilt stainless steel can give any kitchen or bathroom application an appearance that turns heads, for all the right reasons. It offers great strength in applications expected to have moderate impact. This pattern is very effective in applications where you want to break up a vertical or horizontal focus.
4. Bright Ocean
Bright Ocean stainless steel is typically used in decorative applications, including bar tops, storefronts, and light fixtures; however, there are many more possible applications. The subtle, irregular pattern compliments many design elements and is perfect for an area where some texture is desirable.
5. Bright Checkerboard
Bright Checkerboard stainless steel is a very popular architectural stainless steel. It is especially popular for applications such as commercial wall coverings or any area that experiences high traffic volumes such as corridors or public facilities.
6. Satin Quilt
Satin Quilt stainless steel can give any kitchen or bathroom architectural appeal, as the satin design is preferred in applications to break vertical or horizontal focus. The pattern offers great strength and impact resistance, while maintaining an attractive industrial finish.
7. Connecticut Style
Hammered Connecticut Style Hammered stainless sheet is one of the more popular styles of hammered stainless sheeting. This hammered stainless sheet is commonly used in decorative applications, including light fixtures, sinks, and several other ways.
8. Harlequin Quilt
Mixed bright quilt and satin panels enable Harlequin stainless to break up light reflection to accent the richness of wood or other fine cabinetry.
9. Bright Hammered
Bright Hammered stainless steel is another pattern with tremendous potential for any project where you’re looking for a distinctive décor. Consider this steel for bar tops, cabinet surrounds or an accent treatment on an exterior wall.
Decorative Copper Sheet Metal...
1. Georgia Pattern
A vibrant enhancement to ordinary copper textures, Georgia is a great choice for diffusing bright or direct light on countertops, bar tops, fireplace surrounds, wall panels and more.
2. New Jersey Pattern
A subdued yet dignified copper texture, New Jersey makes a great choice for muting bright or direct light on countertops, bar tops, fireplace surrounds, wall panels and more.
3. Virginia Pattern
A bold, textured design that's equally durable and scratch resistant., Virginia will brighten countertops, bar tops, fireplace surrounds, wall panels and more.
4. New Hampshire Pattern
Textured with small, round hammered indentations, the New Hampshire pattern provides a subtle yet glowing surface to enhance reflection and color on countertops, bar tops, fireplace surrounds, wall panels and more.
5. New York Pattern
Textured with medium, round hammered indentations, the New York pattern provides a smooth bubble-like surface to embolden reflection and color on countertops, bar tops, fireplace surrounds, wall panels and more.
6. Connecticut Pattern
Hammered Connecticut Style Hammered copper sheet is one of the more popular styles of hammered stainless sheeting. This hammered stainless sheet is commonly used in decorative applications, including light fixtures, sinks, and several other ways.