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Hospitality – Decorative Metal Panels -Metal Art
Our approach is to focus on our customers and their specific design requirements. We are a team-oriented, hands-on group working together to meet the customer’s deadlines. We want our customers to have a positive experience with us throughout the entire procurement and manufacturing process.
Our experience has exposed us to areas of the hospitality industry:
- Hotel Art – decorative wall panels, and laser cut metal wall art
- Wedding Venues – decorative signage and wall art
- Healthcare Facilities – wall art for the reception area
- Restaurants – signage for interior and exterior areas, decorative patio panels
- Schools – signage for interior and exterior areas, sport spirit logos
Some Hospitality Art Projects:
Hilton Norfolk THE MAIN – Decorative Queen and King size Headboard Art for the guestrooms
Sorella Farms – Multiple Decorative Layered Signs for the Wedding Venue
City Hardware – Interior and Exterior Restaurant Signage
Merk’s Tavern – Riverchase Galleria – Decorative Wall Screens
Pricing based on size, the complexity of design, and finish. We will work together with our customers to meet their budgetary constraints. Each project quoted on an individual basis.
Design concepts can be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org in the following formats:
- AutoCAD (DWG or DXF) files
- Adobe Illustrator (.AI) files
- Standard image files (JPG, BMP, etc…).
Call us at 256-246-0001 or drop us an email and we will be happy to contact you.
This short video gives some insight into the production of the topographic map (finished product is shown below in the Gallery).
All our products go through a powder coating process. This extends the durability of the product. It allows different textures and colors to be incorporated into the design. This snippet gives an idea of this process.
The Gallery below shows some of the Hospitality Art projects. Examples shown demonstrate a wide range of possibilities. Very simple to very complex. We highlight many of the art pieces “in-process” to give you an idea of the steps we take to craft a design. As we receive images of these metal art pieces installed, we will update this page. Check back often for updates.