Multipurpose Surfaces

Unlike furniture, the applications for materials are undefined and abstract, lending to more creative endeavors. Marked by innovation and sustainability, materials can be used for everything from custom furnishings to unique finishes and more.

Transparent, semi-transparent; smooth, textured, three-dimensional; single ply, double ply -- simple as the material may at first seem, there are infinite variations and types. Options include: tempered glass, laminated glass, float glass.

Customized metal materials and metal work can produced easily and cost-effectively. Perforated metal is often used in cases where weight reduction, optimized acoustic properties, and improved heat dissipation are desired.

Laminated products -- both high pressure laminate and low-pressure laminate -- are predominantly used as furniture surfacing or wall panels. Available in a multitude of colors and patterns, laminates offer a more budget-conscious alternative than solid surfaces and solid materials

Plastics are synthetic polymers. Plastics are soft and moldable during production, so nearly any object can be formed from plastic. They exist as hard plastics and soft plastics, clear and colorful plastics, and plastics that resemble leather, wood, or metal. Synthetic resin is one type of plastic.

Including shower and tub surrounding walls, countertops, sinks and other fabricated surfaces, solid surfacing encompasses a wide range of products. Browse our selection of glass, granite, marble, quartz and manmade iterations.

For exterior and interior applications, tile adds luxury and personality to a space. From large-scale outdoor fabrication in terracotta to detailed finishing work in kitchen and bathroom, tile is easy to maintain and clean.