This is a quick turn-around custom cook-top for a specialty outdoor wood grill.
Here a re a few examples of finishes I offer. In most interior (i.e. climate control) uses these finishes will last for decades with little or no maintenance.
This is a raw steel look with any corrosion frozen with osfo acid and coated in flat lacquer. The welds are ground flat giving this a very industrial appearance. A close-up of the leg of this piece shows that, in some cases, the acid leaves white veins under the lacquer which will darken over time.
This example is a paint product but I include it in this as a type of finish because of the look of the finished product. Hammerite is a paint product that dries with a hammered or dimpled appearance making it a great option for many desired looks. It is very attractive and durable with an almost enamel consistency. It is also easy to touch up seamlessly with a spray can in the event of scratching, chipping, or other damage to the surface. It comes in limited colors.
This final example of finishes is, by far, the most time consuming, costly in terms of material and my pricing, and the most popular despite the cost.This is a seven step process and takes a week if the weather cooperates. A rare and very unique finish, I have not seen another steel designer get close to this look, and there have been many attempts.
Please load earlier posts to see more examples of my work. I have designed and fabricated furniture from steel also using stone and specially sourced and reclaimed wood since 1994.
See my info in “Contacts” to inquire further and please, comment on anything that interests you.
Thanks for looking, Andrew Sorrell
We had to whip-out a pair of Modern Design rails for a client in Northwest Hills. Here are before and after shots of the space
The client asked us to prime the steel but not paint it as they were going to have their painter match the finish coat to the battleship grey they painted the cabinetry and some of the trim as you see below. We were able to match the primer closely to the finish color by using an automotive primer in medium grey. This will serve dual purposes as it will bond to the metal very well but should also show less wear by color matching primer and paint.