Artisan Cast Stainless Steel Countertops
Artisan Cast stainless steel countertops from Brooks Custom's new Bistro Collection.
The Bistro Collection offers incredible design options that were previously unobtainable in sheet metal countertops.
- Available in eight unique metal finishes including zinc, nickel, pewter, aluminum, copper, brass, bronze, and stainless steel.
- Fancy molded and decorative edges are available in order to create unique designs.
- Also, you may select from any of the edge profiles normally used on our wood countertops.
- Additionally, unique shapes and extra-long tops are now possible without seams or the constraints of sheet metals.
Why Choose the Bistro Collection?
- First, More affordable than sheet metal countertops.
- Second, Fast Lead Time - tops are ready in just 3-4 weeks.
- Third, Incredible design options and customizability.
In addition, we've created a commercial-grade option for Artisan Cast edges. When used in high-traffic areas like bar tops, we combine a solid metal top with a decorative artisan cast edge profile. Instead of choosing function over style, you will receive a metal top that will stand up to the heaviest use with the custom shapes and edge profiles available from the Bistro Collection.
For pricing on our Bistro Collection countertops, send your photos and project details to email@example.com. After reviewing your information, you can expect to receive an estimate within one to two business days.
To view the other metal finishes available from the Bistro Collection, click here.
JUST LIKE REAL METAL
The artisan cast process is a way of applying a metal coating that is bonded to a waterproof core or to an exterior grade substrate. Furthermore, the resulting surface consists of 80% actual metal and behaves similarly to our hand-wrought metal products.
- Like sheet metals, Artisan Cast countertops have a living finish that will continue to evolve throughout the lifetime of the top.
- Instead of trying to maintain their like-new condition, we prefer to let metal tops age naturally.
- It's equally important to understand that the countertops will acquire a natural patina or "pattern of use." This takes about a year to reach its full depth.
- Metal finishes are meant to have distressing, imperfections, and patina to create a "time-honored" or "rustic" appearance. This is normal and should not be seen as a failure of the product.
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