Invictus Steelworks Custom Finishes
At Invictus Steelworks, we understand that you don't want to settle on design or finish, which is why our clients can choose from over a wide variety of custom finishes for their luxury custom furniture. All of our finishes are suitable for residential or commercial applications, including hospitality.
Finish options include:
Matte Black paint (we recommend matte black powder coat instead)
Clear lacquer on raw steel*
Patinas, patina stains and tints*
Powder Coating is by custom quotation. Click here to select your powder coat finish.
*Not all finishes are available on all designs.
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Architectural Paint Finishes
We offer several lines of architectural paints. Below is our most popular paint palette. It is a metallic line of paint forms a highly scratch resistant finish over the steel, and is suitable for both residential and commercial applications. If you don't see the color you are looking for in this palette, contact us for more paint options. Any of our finishes can be sealed for outdoor use.
Brushed and Polished Steel Finishes
Polished steel is a bright, reflective finish, and received a glossy lacquer seal to enhance the polished appeal. Brushed steel is a close cousin of the polished steel finish, but is much less reflective and bright. Brushed steel sealed with a satin lacquer has more of a stainless steel look and feel. Both finishes are beautiful and work well with all kinds of decor, from modern or transitional all the way to industrial, depending on your selection of tabletop and the decor in the room.
Patination is a method of plating steel. Most people are familiar with a patina as a green / blue verdigris on copper, but any metal can be patinated. We offer a wide variety of patinas to choose from, including hand applied patinas and patina stains. Hand applied patinas have marbling and vary in pattern and colors. Patina stains can be mixed for color matching purposes and are not marbled like the hand applied patinas. Patina stains tend to be more modern while hand applied patinas have a more vintage style and appeal.