Surfaces on Aluminum

Patina Surface Collections Patinaed finishes on aluminum showcase craftsmanship and character. Finishes in this series can be used to give a well-used or aged decoration to your aluminum nameplate or trim. 
The Inspiration Naturally aged metal surfaces are the point of inspiration. A patinaed metal that features worn areas on the edges or high points being the focus.
A common request for surface decoration on aluminum is to show a patina or distressed effect. One of the options for this is seen in hammered aluminum. The impact points have definite highs and lows in color, tone and accents. 
Patina Finishes on Aluminum Structure is a main element when defining your aluminum trim decoration. One of the great things about working with aluminum as the canvas is that it is friendly for any structure that you can imagine. A common request is to make the aluminum trim look like it is worn or ...
I love the look of aged or antique metal. Here are two of my favorite patterns on aluminum from our patina collection.  Both patterns have a variety of subtle warm and cool tones.
  Aged metal finishes are available in an endless array of structures.  Your choices are multiplied when you consider printing them in bronze, copper, brass or silver colorways.  The patinaed finishes featured here are printed on aluminum. 
Metal Ceiling Panels Custom ceiling tiles are a versatile option for creating high impact designs to enhance your space.  The designs utilize standard processes used in the manufacturing of automotive trim and nameplates.  Options range from the diverse offering of finishes in our pattern ...
Scuffed and dusted treatments are seen in fashion, furniture and the products we use every day.  Further exploration into faux surfaces is a constant in our Design area.  Experimentation with finishing effects often combines contrasting elements for unique looks.  The crackle-effect finish brings ...
Inspired by the interaction between illusion and reality, faux finishes on aluminum play with color, pattern and texture to create captivating experiences for your customer.  This collection of faux surfaces - ranging from distressed metal to stone - is a great illustration of how a brand can use ...

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