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mckenry

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Hi All,
Firstly I searched for "metal trim" and get no results with the quotes, so I'm starting a new topic.

I am building a new bar and want to trim the edges with a rustic-look metal angle type of strip.

Does anyone know what I should be actually searching for? Is it furniture trim, or angle iron (tried these but not what I am after) or something else. Not having any luck on the net and thinking it has an industry name I dont know of...
Can anyone point me in the right direction of a place that sells/makes what I am after?

Cheers all,
mckenry
 

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Hi All,
Firstly I searched for "metal trim" and get no results with the quotes, so I'm starting a new topic.

I am building a new bar and want to trim the edges with a rustic-look metal angle type of strip.

Does anyone know what I should be actually searching for? Is it furniture trim, or angle iron (tried these but not what I am after) or something else. Not having any luck on the net and thinking it has an industry name I dont know of...
Can anyone point me in the right direction of a place that sells/makes what I am after?

Cheers all,
mckenry
Search for "Antique Bronze" or "Florentine bronze" angle or investigate getting some "Corten" steel bent. Do an image search on google to see them.

Corten is sheet metal that is designed to rust. It could be pretty grubby though if you touch it with your clothes. The antique bronze angle might be a better bet. You can get that from anyone who supplies brass angle or if you call someone like Capral aluminium - they will know where to get it.

Perhaps a search for tile trim might reveal a local supplier or someone who can help with a supplier. There is also a paint application from Dulux that creates a rusted look to whatever you apply it to. It will probably cost more than a bit of trim would justify but you might have another use for it.

Good luck.


Good luck.
 

mckenry

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Thanks to the above guys.
Very helpful.
mckenry
 

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Thanks to the above guys.
Very helpful.
mckenry
I can't help you very much but can certainly understand your predicament. It took months for me to work out what sort of trim to put on a curved bar, kind of like half a key-hole shape, curved and straight bits, inside and outside curves. I won in the end though.

Steve
 

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