Do you know what every beautiful home has in common?
Many things probably popped in your head – furniture, color scheme, architecture. But truth is, there isn’t just one thing. It’s more abstract than that.
Every beautiful home has design and decoration that was hand-picked. This ranges from the door handle to the kitchen cabinets to the art on the living room walls. Nothing is stock or cookie cutter.
Who wants to live in a cookie cutter home? Your home is an expression of you. In that, you want as much of it as possible to be meaningful and unique.
There are many ways to do this, and customized metal fabrication is one of them. This is one-of-a-kind decorative work that turns something from being simply functional—like a staircase railing—into a piece of art.
For inspiration, we’ve put some ideas and design styles together, all possible within customized metal fabrication.
The front door is the first thing seen from the street, as well as those who enter your home. Steel or metal door frames also insulate well and are very energy efficient.
- Zen/Avant Garde: Sleek metal frames encased with frosted glass.
- Industrial: Homes with concrete floors go well with more industrial entryways – horizontally-oriented sheets of metal in a color you choose.
- Hammered metal: Hand-hammered panels that use painstaking detail to create more of a scene than just a door.
Staircases are the main artery of your home. Remember, it’s not just the shape of the individual stair, but the form of the whole stair case.
- Floating: Metal stairs that are attached directly to the wall. These give a chic, minimalist look common to industrial design
- Spiral: One of the most popular projects in custom metal staircases, with many different design options.
Railings can have intricate patterns or just something simple, like alternating accents. Remember, since it’s custom, the design is up to you. Here are some of the materials commonly used, and the look they convey:
- Wrought iron: One of the most classical styles, and gives your home a very prestigious look.
- Stainless steel: The most modern aesthetic, and often used to convey a clean or polished look.
- Aluminum: More affordable than steel, and still lends for a modern look.
With modern precision technology, anything in the homeowner’s imagination can be turned into a reality. You can literally draw something on a piece of paper, or show us a picture, and we can have it made.
We invite you to challenge us – what type of decorative metal do you have in mind, that could transform the entire look of your house?