Our projects are artistic, mechanical, monochromatic, brightly colored, industrial, and visual. Simply put – they are as unique as our clients. The projects that allow us to bring your creation to life, is what we thrive on!
This all aluminum framework chandelier has an umbrella profile with six perimeter light extensions and one central light extension. On this example the shades were chosen to match the main kitchen chandelier. The six perimeter shades are smaller in size and the one central shade is larger than the other six. The aluminum terminals, tubes, and main wiring bowl were anodized to match the kitchen hardware and the body was powder coated to match the cabinet paint.
This counter surface is yellow brass. The edge was formed by hand hammering. Subtle distressing and hammer marks are visible on the front face. The surface was left un-coated so that with time it will age, and with aggressive cleaning it can be lightened.
This eight foot long island base features blackened steel panels, tube steel frame and exposed rivets. The back side as an eight inch deep storage area for hanging pans behind the four matching doors. The front side has pockets for an ice machine and a dish washer.
Tube steel construction with Spanish pattern doors cut on site. The central cabinet is separated from the side shelves with carbon steel sheets. Built to match the space.
All steel kitchen cabinet with frosted glass accents. All welds ground and panels clear coated after production. Multiple sizes of spice shelves span the full height of the doors. The main interior shelves are galvanized steel and adjustable in height. The hidden feet are adjustable for leveling
Stainless steel decoration for the front of a kitchen island. Mill finish stainless steel tubes over sanded stainless steel sheet. The customer’s carpenter delivered the raw wood island piece to us and we applied our metalwork to the front side then returned it to the site for the carpenter to finish the piece.
Custom brass counter tops were added to the kitchen design of the BOHO Cottage at the world famous Vintage Round Top. Also featured on Emily Henderson’s Interior Design Blog of HGTV. Photography by Tessa Neustadt.
The smooth concrete top is embellished with a brass flower. The legs are water jet from 3/8 inch thick aluminum and welded to the top support. The base is powder coated teal.
This table mimics elegant console tables more commonly made from wood. The contours are inspired by Victorian designs; most noticeably in the legs. The table is all aluminum. Prior to welding each piece is sanded to produce a shiny metallic surface. After welding the whole table was powder coated clear to show off the natural color. The designs in the top are cut all the way through the Aluminum.
This design can be powder coated solid colors as well.
Table base made from stainless steel. The tubes were rolled and the plate water jet in house before TIG welding. Sanded finish on all pieces.
Quick Trick Tube Stack. This table uses something as strong as pipe in a non-traditional manner and then gives it an industrial finish for artistic sake. The pipes are cut and welded to a steel back bone and the pieces are then hot dip galvanized. The zinc coating is not uniform in color or pattern.
This conference sized table is both artistic and industrial. Steel pipe provides strength and subtle arcs show elegance. Minimizing the supports leaves clear space. Within the framework.
This pair of bases stand 23 inches tall. The design is cut from steel and fanned out to reveal the shape of a pineapple. The steel was sand blasted and clear powder coated. Direct light shows a subtle metallic sparkle.
These can be powder coated most colors.
Cascading layers of aluminum form the top of this drinks ready coffee table. The lower ring emulate the clover shaped top. Powder coated satin black the top has a painted gold middle ring.
20″ tall x 36″ wide x 18″ deep.
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