Lasertron, the acknowledged leader in stainless steel cabinets, outdoor kitchens, and stainless steel replacement doors, has created another industry first.
Gary Geller, Lasertron’s President and Founder, today announced the introduction of a new process for Decorative Etching of the company’s line of custom stainless steel cabinets.
Lasertron is creating lasting impressions with its artist-designed etched stainless steel cabinetry doors. The innovative collection provides a new creative outlet for artists and designers alike, taking art off the wall and blending it into cabinetry for interest and intrigue! The designer, artist, or homeowner can simply send your idea or graphic to Lasertron, and the company will custom-etch your signature work of art onto your selection of stainless steel cabinetry door fronts, or any exposed area of the cabinet. And voila ... your cabinets are not only stainless steel strong; but also easy-care, and fingerprint resistant works of art.
With this new technology, Lasertron allows each of us to express the artist within. Consumers are already in love with stainless steel for its modern style, minimalist lines and durability, and now, as a new application for art. Designers and artists can complete their concept by adding custom bespoke backsplashes using the same design theme as the cabinets. The only limit is your imagination. For those who create in mixed-media you can also combine the cabinetry with mirrored fronts and glass inserts thus creating a functional conversation piece that will elevate your kitchen or bath project to museum quality.
To take the process to the max an entire outdoor kitchen can be created using the same etching process enabling the full vision of an artist/designer to be realized throughout the entire project. If you can visualize it – Lasertron can create it in stainless steel. This new collection allows designers and consumers to exercise their individual creativity in sustainable stainless steel!
The exciting new series has made its debut featuring the talents of renowned abstract artist Sharon Westbrook, recognized and collected worldwide and featured on PBS and in Florida Architecture magazine. Her works are in good company, sharing space in private collections with original paintings by Picasso, Chagall and Motherwell.