Decorative Wire Mesh
Design decorative Metals mainly use in architectural and design applications made from various grades of stainless steel. Our weaving loom allows us to offer unique products as well as the opportunity to customize design steel mesh to meet clients needs. Please call or email us for more information about our stainless steel design weavmesh options and samples are available on request.
We offers one of the widest varieties of wire mesh in China. We complement this with a range of round hole and design perforated metal,If we do not have the product(s) you require, we offer custom weaving, fabrication services and worldwide sourcing.
Decorative wire mesh has several benefits, including:
Aesthetically pleasing: Decorative wire mesh is available in various designs, patterns, and colors. It can enhance the aesthetic appeal of any space where it is installed.
Durable: Wire mesh is made from durable materials such as stainless steel, aluminum, or brass. It is resistant to corrosion and can withstand harsh environmental conditions, making it a long-lasting option.
Versatile: Decorative wire mesh can be used in various applications, such as architectural, industrial, or interior design. It can be installed as wall cladding, ceiling panels, room dividers, or even as exterior facades.
Functional: Wire mesh can provide functional benefits, such as ventilation, light filtration, and privacy. It can also be used as a safety feature to prevent falls or as a barrier to protect equipment or property.
Low maintenance: Wire mesh requires minimal maintenance and can be easily cleaned with soap and water. It does not require painting or other forms of upkeep.
Woven wire mesh is one of the decorative interior metal products for which we have long been a renowned producer. We have been producing decorative woven mesh since our establishment in 1994.
decorative wire mesh
The beauty of true woven wire mesh is that it is both physically and aesthetically appealing, telling the story of its unique manufacturing method. The weaving process is one of the oldest manufacturing methods in human history, and although manufacturing methods may have evolved over thousands of years, the alternating way in which horizontal and vertical strands are held together to form unbonded sheets is still and several Same as a thousand years ago. This process allows the material to be usable in other ways, or in the case of metal, in the case of wire, the opportunity to take on a form of great utility and aesthetic beauty, far beyond the sum of the pieces put together in any other way .
To enhance the decorative properties of the woven mesh, it can be woven in a variety of different ways to achieve amazingly different effects. Wires of different profiles, thicknesses and materials can be woven together in infinite combinations. Wires thinner than a human hair can be combined into colorful, shimmering fabrics for the fashion, architectural screenings, and interior and lighting design industries.
Woven mesh for interior design
This is the type we are good at. Woven wire mesh is used to decorate the interiors of screens and panels where it is necessary to partially block the view while also allowing the free flow of air. The most practical applications of wire mesh in interior design are decorative grilles for radiator covers and vent covers for air conditioning systems.
Woven wire mesh for interiors is often made of brass, as this metal not only has its own natural beauty, but is also suitable for coloring in many ways. Due to its high copper content, brass can be professionally polished and greened by ourselves to look brand new to any age between 500 years old. It can also be gilded to look like aged or antique bronze metal, or chrome or nickel plated to achieve silver in various shades and glosses. Nickel is especially popular because it provides a warmer silver than chrome.
None of these coloring and electroplating processes detract from the elegant and timeless form of the woven structure of the decorative stencil itself, in fact, most of them enhance it.
Decorative woven mesh can also be made of aluminum or stainless steel. Stainless steel is the strongest of the standard woven mesh materials. Both brass and stainless steel braided wire mesh can be made into round or flat wire. These types of woven mesh can be further embellished with "reeding". A flat wire that is not reeded will have a trim wire running along its length. The woven mesh with this decoration on the wire is called reed, and the wire mesh without reed is called plain mesh. Wire with reeds tends to make mesh panels look more detailed and busy than their regular counterparts. If the grill is ordered without a backing mesh, it will be reversible with reeds on one side and flat on the other. If the grille is offered in the original color of the base metal from which it was made, customers can choose which side they prefer to show. If the grille has undergone a tinting process, such as rusting, it may be that this rusting process prioritizes the side specified first, so the grille will not be reversible in these cases. However, if it has been plated, the process will apply an even layer of new metal on both sides of the wire mesh, so the panel is still reversible.
Choose a woven mesh
When faced with so many options, the process of deciding which woven wire mesh style to choose can be daunting. That's why we put considerable effort into taking high-quality photos and displaying them in an easy-to-control interactive interface as close to life-size as possible. Many times the choice is just an aesthetic choice. Other factors may include how much behind the woven mesh panel should or should not be seen, often depending on the size of the holes or whether a combination of woven wire mesh is chosen to combine into one panel. Wire mesh with large holes and narrow wires clearly has a higher percentage of open area than meshes with small holes and wide wires.
Decorative Woven Mesh
Decorative woven mesh can be combined in layers so that open woven grids with large holes can achieve higher opacity by installing a finer mesh on their back. This will have the effect of obscuring more content behind the original grille than using the grille itself. This is a popular option where a rough grid panel is desired, but also a highly blurred content behind the grid panel. The latter of these two factors is often the case, as most often behind these mesh panels are radiator or air conditioning ducts. Only when the woven panel is created as a decorative divider screen will anyone want to see what's behind the woven panel. A secondary finer mesh is called a backing mesh, and it not only has smaller holes, but also finer lines. The effect of this may be that, from a distance, the backing web looks almost like a homogeneous material. There are two standard types of backing mesh: fine, with 16 holes per inch, and thick, with 8 holes per inch. It is assumed that unless otherwise stated, the backing mesh will be in the same finish as the front grille. Other decorative effects can also be achieved through the use of contrasting meshes, either spray-painted or made of different materials. The most popular version enhances the brass front grille by adding a black backing mesh. It is assumed that unless otherwise stated, the backing mesh will be in the same finish as the front grille. Other decorative effects can also be achieved through the use of contrasting meshes, either spray-painted or made of different materials.
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Architectural: Decorative wire mesh can be used as a cladding material for exterior facades, interior walls, ceilings, and columns. It can create a unique and visually appealing look while also providing ventilation and natural light filtration.
Interior Design: Decorative wire mesh can be used as room dividers, partitions, or screens to create separate spaces while maintaining an open feel. It can also be used as decorative accents on furniture, lighting fixtures, and art pieces.
Industrial: Wire mesh can be used in industrial applications as safety barriers to protect equipment and workers from hazards. It can also be used as filtration media for liquids and gases, or as reinforcement in concrete.
Landscaping: Decorative wire mesh can be used in landscaping applications, such as trellises, plant supports, and garden fencing. It can create a beautiful and functional addition to any garden or outdoor space.
Retail: Decorative wire mesh can be used in retail applications as window displays, product displays, and store fixtures. It can create an eye-catching display that draws in customers and highlights products.