Design Applications of Naval Brass

Originally developed for seawater applications because of its durability in saltwater, naval brass is showing up a lot more in the design industry. It’s renowned for its durability and visual aesthetics, both of which are vital in these applications.

Bathroom Fixtures and Appliances

Since naval brass features the unique ability to withstand corrosion, even when exposed to saltwater, it presents particular advantages when used in the bathroom. Designers can include this material around fixtures and appliances.

Not only do these projects stand up well over time, but they exhibit a premium, shiny look as well. Wherever these pieces are used in the bathroom, they stand out and exude a lavish look, just like gold does. However, you don’t have to spend a fortune on them, even when you order materials in bulk.

Antique Furniture

Antique furniture already possesses personality, but you can give these pieces a cost-effective makeover with naval brass. Use brass pieces around the perimeter to form a durable yet visually striking border that further highlights these pieces’ beauty.

Since you’re wrapping pieces around delicate furniture, it’s important to select thin portions of brass. This way, it’s easier to manipulate and you don’t have to exert too much force while fabricating. Finding different sizes of naval brass is easy when you use a reputable dealer who can ship materials in bulk to your location.

There’s no limit to what you can create or enhance with naval brass. Its durability and striking luster let you create sophisticated pieces for clients.

 

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