Finishes and tops

All our furniture is available in any size, with a choice of frame finishes and top surfaces.

We also offer a range of painted finishes available on request.


We offer a beautiful range of furniture finishes from gold and silver leaf to specialist metallic pigment paints and our favourite Flamed Bronze which is a hot metal sprayed bronze which fuses with the raw steel creating our unique bronze finish, it is highly durable and perfect for high use areas.

Frame Finishes

Our tables and furniture are created with a steel frame to give maximum strength and durability to the framework.

We coat the frames with a vapourised hot metal bronze spray using a special machine normally used to paint oil rigs. This gives the frames a fine coating of metal, rather than a metal paint. The result is a hard-wearing and durable finish that it cold to touch as you would expect from metal.

Adding chemicals to the spray allow us to create a variety of effects, textures and colours that can be customised to your tastes.


For our tops we use either marble, limestone or glass, marble is a metamorphic rock that is formed when limestone is subjected to high pressure and heat. It is composed primarily of calcite, a type of calcium carbonate, and is prized for its beauty and durability. Marble has a smooth, polished surface and is available in a wide range of colours, including white, black, pink, and green.

Limestone is a sedimentary rock that is formed from the remains of shells, coral and other marine organisms, it is composed primarily of calcite.  Limestone has a more porous and rougher surface compared to marble. 

Clear glass is made of silica, soda ash, and limestone, and it has a blue tint due to the presence of iron oxide. Low iron glass is made with less iron oxide, so it has a more transparent appearance. It appears almost crystal clear, and it has less of a greenish-blue tint compared to regular clear glass.

Low iron glass is also known as “extra clear glass” or “optically clear glass” because it greenish-

Coloured glass is made by adding metallic salts during the manufacturing process. These salts absorb light in specific wavelengths, which causes the glass to appear coloured. The specific colour of the glass depends on the type and number of salts used. For example, cobalt chloride is used to produce blue glass, while copper oxide is used to produce red glass.  

Wood tops are also available on request and we are able to match to a sample or image you might have.

If you would like us to source a top not listed below, please get in touch.