Steel utilized as the main element in building infrastructure is common and used in most large commercial buildings and homes, but is often hidden in the interiors. Staircases, bridges, outdoor railings and many other uses are also common, but steel is less often used as a true visual, architectural element. Patio covers, tenting and shade sails are typically supported by steel mounts, but when it is incorporated into the design for outdoor shade, steel design framing can create a striking profile to the installation.
Have you marked your calendars?! The Annual Home Show is at the Santa Fe Convention Center March 11th and 12th. That’s THIS weekend!
We’re going to encourage you to think outside the box, and we’ll help you get there. We’ll take your patio cover idea and turn it into fabulous shade sails that will cover that large area with elegance and drama.
When Esther comes into a room, you know she’s there, not because she’s loud or demanding, or stirring up a commotion, but because she has an energy you can feel, like sparks in the air. She’ll say hi to a co-worker, ask if someone needs help, move some fabric out the way, clear a space, all the while organizing her project before it starts, planning out the steps.