Metal panels continue to be used in a multitude of different ways in architectural designs, including both interior and exterior applications. Commonly, our metal panels are seen as wainscot material, cabinet backs, kitchen island wraps, back-splash accents, ceiling tiles, furniture inserts, fence panels, gable accents and even artwork applications!

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Galvalume corrugated panels used on a ceiling and behind a cooking area for an industrial look!
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Elegant and effective, at the same time! A wall treatment that stands up the moisture and looks good too.
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A full height wall treatment that serves as a great architectural detail to an entry way.
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Galvalume panels as fencing? Absolutely! They’re durable, sturdy, provide excellent privacy, don’t need to be stained and they look amazing!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beyond the beauty and simplicity of galvalume, corrugated paneling is available in a variety of other finishes that compliment wood trim, cabinetry, furniture, rock work, stone, tile and any interior material in your home. Give us a call or come on by our showroom to see the available patterns and finishes that we have to offer.

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Specialty print corrugated panels used as an island back, complimenting the wood floor and wood trim nicely.
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Instead of wall paper, why not metal corrugated panels?!
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Rustic corrugated with copper penny trim as wainscot. Looks good in a den.
Taking bathroom design to a new level.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As you can see, metal paneling gets used in a variety of ways. When coupled with our ability to customize trims to fit, an idea can become a reality!