We were approached by a local bed maker who had been commissioned to create a custom bed to go aboard a luxury yacht. The bed included some beautiful curved edges which the concept was to have some curved metal over them. Originally the manufacturer tried a local metal worker to shape a metal around the curves of the bed but they couldn't get the high end finish they were after. They approached us and we supplied a sample for them to review and they were surprised at how good it looked and felt like real metal. We can spray the metal finish to almost any surface and the metals we can do are Brass, Silver, Iron, Copper and Bronze.
What do you think of our brass sample? We can't wait to share photos of the finished bed when its finished being made.
Remember the liquid metal coating feels & looks like real metal and infact includes over 90% real metal in the coating.
After weeks of prepping, masking, more prepping and more masking the sea life is finally finished and we think they look great. They are now being fitted to a cruise ship and will spend the next decade sailing around the ocean bringing joy to kids and families all across the globe.
We used hard wearing paint coating to apply to these stunning fibre glass models created by a fantastic local artist which give them a great punch of colour but also the durability that is needed for the relentless weather at sea.
If you see them on your holiday be sure to share a photo!
We were contacted by a local artist who had been commissioned to make a fibre glass model of a Narwhal and a Gold Fish to go aboard a cruise liner! They needed a hard wearing product that would ensure the hand crafted models would last the test of time being beaten down on by the Caribbean sun or taking a battering by the Atlantic ocean winds. Follow our journey here on the blog from concept to ship! Check out the photo of the Narwhal during the prepping period. Small child inserted for scale!
We were recently contacted by an Interior Designer who wanted a bespoke colour high gloss kitchen to replace the present high gloss red kitchen doors that were in situ. The beauty of this service was, the customer got the exact colour that was required to complement the scheme but could retain a well made and costly kitchen. This also resulted in minimal disruption for the customer as we came and removed then returned to reinstall all of the appliances, doors, plinths and panels this is all part of the service the customer opted for, so for them they could continue to use the kitchen as before with no mess, dust or builders to dance around while trying to eat breakfast!
The whole process took about 2 weeks to complete and was finished off by hand polishing the units. As you can see from the photos the high gloss red was good although had some distortion in the reflection but the new Lilac colour has near mirror reflection.
Both Client and Interior Designer (Vicki, Balance Design) were really pleased with the results and both a pleasure to work with.
What do you think, do you prefer the RED or LILAC.
We were contacted back in December from a customer who wanted her existing doors to match the contemporary look of her newly renovated house. One of the builders had already attempted to paint one of the doors, with very poor results. We stripped the doors back, prepped and primed them before finishing them off in a shade of grey specially chosen by the customer. She was thrilled by the look and finish.
What do you think?
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