Whether you are building a new house or remodeling an existing kitchen, metal work is extremely popular for design and function. A metal like stainless steel is great for a kitchen area because it resists corrosion, is easily formed and fabricated, and has hygienic properties. Metal work in the kitchen combines functionality and design to present a beautiful space to cook, bake, and eat.
Ways to implement custom metalwork into the kitchen:
Sheet metal backsplash
Metal stove hoods/vents
Custom metal pots/pans rack
Stainless steel countertops
Metal cabinet inserts
Custom light fixtures
Just like in the bathroom, proper ventilation in the kitchen is essential. Because there are multiple areas that require fans or vents, these pieces are noticeable and prevalent in your kitchen space. Instead of settling for plain stock vents, invest in custom metal architectural grilles to add a unique aesthetic appeal.
In one of our recent projects, we added a custom weave grille to the entire border of this Park Avenue kitchen. The stainless steel metal sheets on the walls are also a great way to add a modern, industrial feel to the room.
Metal Cabinet Inserts
You should also consider using a metal grille for your kitchen cabinets. This cabinet from This Old House uses a grille similar to our perforated Grecian Grille to add a stylistic element to a functional piece.
Custom Metal Pot Racks
Image c/o The Metal Peddler
Another great way to implement metal work into your kitchen is by installing a custom pot rack. These metal racks feature a brushed satin finish, but there are many different finishes and color options available to achieve your ideal look.
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Whether you are looking to create a modern kitchen or one with classic vintage appeal, Coco Architectural Grilles and Metalcraft has been the choice of architects, designers and contractors for more than 100 years.