Your Choice of Brass Finishes
1. Polished Brass
The reflective qualities of polished brass counter tops promote a funky and yet exclusive ambience. Bar and club lighting zinging off of highly-polished brass bar tops add a new decorative dimension and an impression that an unlimited budget has been dedicated to creating the perfect atmosphere for customers and guests. The look is modern, upbeat and on-trend.
Polished brass provides the perfect protection for your countertop. Precision cutting, bending, joining and sealing leave the brass countertop impervious to liquids. The sheet of brass itself is polished to your requirements.
2. Brushed Brass
This utilises a contemporary brass finish created by brushing the brass in a single direction. It produces a slight and very refined brushed effect. This effect transforms the brass towards a more muted matte finish. And yet it also retains aspects of the brighter more polished finish too. In a busy environment, fingerprints and smudges are less noticeable on brushed brass.
3. Antique Brass
If you ever needed an excuse to integrate the relaxing, warm tones of antique brass into a project, then recreating the exclusive, rarefied clubhouse atmosphere of a luxury bar or restaurant is your opportunity, Producing a darker and more intimate look, antique brass has been treated using a chemical darkening process to produce a warm brown colour across the top of golden autumnal tones.
4. Unlacquered Brass – The Living Finish
Unlacquered brass counter tops displaying what is known as “the living finish” have been deliberately left without a protective coating. Left untreated in this way, the brass slowly evolves – changing appearance over time as it oxidises. The living finish becomes unique to your installation producing an ever-changing talking point.
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