If the interior design trends are any indication, those who would like to get serious about their metal crafts might as well start this year. From bathroom and kitchen designs to lighting fixtures, brass is once again proving to be one of the most preferred materials.
Brass accents have always been a welcome addition to interior design. Its rich color feature makes it an eye-catching touch to furnitures and fixtures without necessarily being overbearing. For 2017, industry analysts have forecast that this appreciation for brass in its various forms will continue to turn heads among designers and craftsmen alike.
Metal furniture is getting increasingly popular nowadays because of their unique, modern look.metal furniture incorporates the use of at least one kind of metal, as well as other materials in the design. Many industrial furniture can be completely made of metal, too.
The retail market for musical instruments is worth $6 billion worldwide, according to the recent report of IBISWorld, the biggest industry information provider in the U.S. Though this market has a low annual growth of 0.4%, increasing disposable income and growing numbers of musicians are expected to sustain demand.
Copper sheets have been used to design and construct buildings for thousands of years. Ancient Egyptian designers used copper claddings for the towering temple doors of Amen-Re at Karnak, while the third-century Loha Maha Paya temple in Sri Lanka shines with copper roof shingles.
When contractors recommend using brass tube for plumbing and heating lines, think twice before rejecting it because of cost concerns. Brass does not only look classy, but also owns essential qualities that home builders and real estate property agents equally appreciate.
While 2015 and 2016 were dubbed the years of copper, brass is now touted as “the interior design metal of the moment,” according to Evening Standard columnists Kai Price and Amanda Nelson. They noted the design transition from the rosy metallic color of copper to the warmer golden hue of brass. Interior designers see brass […]
Brass is a combination of copper and zinc and has been used for boats for hundreds of years, particularly in cladding hull bottoms to keep out teredo worms from timbers.
For stonemasons, and those who are in the business of creating headstones, work can be very sombre. Understandably, clients would want only the best so they may remember their recently departed loved one. Headstone suppliers should consider new and interesting materials to make their products from, so that they can offer a more diverse selection […]
Brass sales to the interior design industry has been booming in recent years as artisans have begun to realize how many excellent uses there are for brass in their creations. In particular, Naval Brass offers many aesthetic and functional properties that designers should find easy to develop into products for both their small clients and […]