Surfaces on Aluminum Design Blog

Many times requests for patterns on aluminum are pretty basic - a grid pattern or straight lines. There is opportunity to take standard structures and step outside the box, push the boundaries and break out into something unique. Here are my choices for patterns that do just this. Enjoy.    
Three dimensional finishes on aluminum are sporty and playful. These are the finishes that take geometric shapes and woven structures to another level. You will find the patterns used in backgrounds for interior automotive trim, boat trim, sporting goods and medical device nameplates.
Carbon fiber and woven or mesh finishes have been regular requests for aluminum trim and nameplates or badges for some time. It doesn't take long to see woven structures in decoration from boat trim or interior automotive trim and even sporting goods.
The dynamic mood board features technical finishes inspired by active wear and athletic equipment. These versatile patterns on aluminum range from refined bead blasted metal to bold expressive geometrics.
This selection of aluminum patterns builds on the  natural silver color of aluminum with brushing, halftones and textures. The resulting geometric structures have movement and visual depth which create an energetic feel. Enjoy!
Jewel-like patterns with geometric flare have been pulled together in the latest surface collection. This selection of aluminum patterns uses varying transparent gold tint colors as the foundation. Structure is achieved and enhanced with screened textures. Enjoy!
Subtle and subdued patterns have been pulled together in the latest surface collection. This selection of aluminum patterns uses brused aluminum as the foundation. Structure is achieved with printing tones or detail and then enhanced with screened textures. Enjoy!
Aluminum is a versatile substrate which can be decorated in an endless array of finishes. Mechanical finishes are the first step in building a decorative finish on aluminum. They can be layered with printed color and texture to create precise geometric structures or aged patinaed surfaces.
50 Shades of Gray - Favorite Finishes A recent post on the Kitchen and Bath Business blog discusses the popularity of neutral color palettes for kitchen design. It indicates a growing trend in the past year towards warm grays as well as blending of colors to create a soothing environment. This ...