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Custom Fixtures Reports on a Top Architectural Trend for 2018

Think outside of the box and create a unique space that truly reflects the personality and tastes of the occupants. CustomFixtures.announces they can be of help in achieving this goal.

New York City – April 15, 2018 /MarketersMedia/

Arch 20 reports eco-friendly furnishings and fixtures remain in high demand in 2018. Recyclable materials will be seen in these items as well as in structures themselves. When an individual wishes to have eco-friendly materials in their home or office, they frequently turn to Custom Fixtures, New York City’s top architectural metal fabrication company, for assistance.

“Laser cutting continues to be the preferred option for the cutting of two-dimensional objects from metal. Homeowners may opt to have a custom piece created for the home, or a business might choose to display the company name in metal and make use of this technique to create the letters. Decorative shapes may be cut using this method, and these are only a few of the many ways laser cutting can be employed in the architectural industry,” Joseph Waknine, spokesperson for Custom Fixtures, reports.

Home and business owners looking to add a modern feel to their residence or office find Custom Fixtures to be of great assistance in achieving this goal. Water jet cutting may be used to create one-of-a-kind drain covers for the home, faceplates for light switches, and metal art to decorate a desk or bookcase. Numerous materials may be cut using this technique.

“Why settle for the ordinary when custom fixtures and adornments are within reach? People often turn to mass retailers to decorate their space, but other options are available. Give us a call to discuss your project, and we’ll help you determine the right method needed to create the item you desire. This frequently serves as the best method when geometric shapes are desired, but can be used for many other purposes,” Waknine continues.

Larger projects may need to be completed and CNC machining and bending can be of help in this situation. Arch 20 also reports boundaries are disintegrating and individuals and companies are looking to blend indoor and outdoor areas. Doing so allows for more space, and these areas need to be furnished for maximum use.

“This technique is ideal for those larger projects that won’t benefit from the use of many metal fabrication methods. Create custom barstools for an outdoor bar or design a table for guests to sit around when visiting the office. We can be of aid in creating these and countless other items. Think outside the box and turn to us for all of your metal fabrication needs. We are happy to help in any way we can,” Waknine announces.

About Custom Fixtures:

Custom Fixtures is an architectural metal fabrication company that offers laser cutting, water jet cutting, advanced CNC machining services, welding and polishing in various materials such as steel, stainless steel, brass and bronze, and aluminum etc. The company offers complete Architectural Fabricated metal solutions from start to finish, from design to the fabrication process as well as furnished products of the highest possible quality.

Contact Info:
Name: Joseph Waknine
Email: jw@customfixturesonline.com
Organization: Custom Fixtures
Address: 129 13th Street
Phone: 7189651141

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