DECORATIVE METAL MOULDING CATALOG
Dahlstrom can produce a selection of 1,400+ unique metal moulding profiles. Styles range from classic to modern, utilitarian to extravagant. If you’re looking for a particular moulding shape, browse through our catalogs below — you’ll find all the moulding design ideas you could ever need for walls, doors, windows, floors, and more.
Ever Heard of MeshTrim?
Dahlstrom’s MeshTrim is a first-of-its-kind U-channel system for framing woven wire fabrics and perforated metal products. MeshTrim breaks the creative barrier placed on wire mesh producers who are relegated to using “standard” channels and angles.
This universal tool set forms channels with leg heights reaching 3 inches while maintaining small gap widths to fit nicely over wire mesh products.
Want more information about Dahlstrom architectural metal mouldings? Check out some of our latest articles!
- Architectural Building Materials: Does Brass Rust?by RLoll@dahlstromrollform.com (Dahlstrom Roll Form) on October 29, 2020 at 4:00 pm
Brass is one of the great luxury metals, alongside copper and bronze. It’s considered to be an architectural building material that is classy and timeless -- or is it? Online, it seems everyone from 11th-grade science fair contestants to five-star hotel architects are stumbling on the same question: “Does brass rust?”
- ECO-FRIENDLY INTERIOR DESIGN MATERIALS: IS STEEL SUSTAINABLE?by RLoll@dahlstromrollform.com (Dahlstrom Roll Form) on October 20, 2020 at 4:30 pm
Is steel a sustainable material? Incredibly so. It’s also available in multiple forms -- stainless, galvanized, carbon, and mild. Each has a different aesthetic and slightly different physical properties for your application. Overall, it’s a great structural and decorative material for architecture, as well as a sturdy industrial and construction material.
- Sustainable Architectural Materials: Does Bronze Count?by RLoll@dahlstromrollform.com (Dahlstrom Roll Form) on September 9, 2020 at 7:33 pm
Sustainable architecture is increasingly becoming the norm due to pressure both from regulators, the general public, and the designers themselves. The push to better preserve our resources and our land has us all examining options for environmentally sustainable building materials.