“I used to design jewelry in silver and gold to decorate the human form. Now I design in many metals to decorate architecture. I am very excited to bring these eco-friendly metal tiles and backsplashes to the marketplace. With 3 distinct lines, from textures to patinas, there are 100’s of choices to fit any style.” says Catherine Arms Gammel, metalsmith and owner of Blue Feather Metals.
Some of the techniques used by Blue Feather Metals to make their backsplashes, tiles and more are as ancient as working metal itself, while others are cutting edge. They present 3 distinct collections in their online store. The Texture Collection brings the crisp clean feel of pure metal, in either simple or complex textures for a touch of elegance. The Patina Collection lends a pop of color with 16 unique patinas on copper, brass and cold-rolled steel. The Expressions Collection offers the possibility of designing custom tiles and backsplashes by choosing between 17 different styles matched with over 50 artwork selections. Custom artwork is also available for company logos, signs, as well as tiles and backsplashes.
Always a green company, Blue Feather Metals is proud to offer these distinctive metal accents into the green building industry. Made from high-recycled content stainless steel, copper, brass and cold-rolled steel, these tiles and backsplashes are sealed with a low VOC sealant. They qualify for LEED certification points in Materials and Resources as well as Indoor Air Quality making them an excellent eco-friendly choice.
Catherine founded Blue Feather Metals In 2003 to combine her love of architecture and design with her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Metalsmithing from Colorado State University. From her studio in the Colorado Rockies, Catherine has created everything from copper counters to 20 foot high rusted steel fireplaces. Blue Feather Metals has added custom metal accents to restaurants, private residences and businesses across the country. Now with the new line of backsplashes and tiles available on-line in the new store, Catherine intends to accessorize more architecture with pure metal. For more information, visit http://www.bluefeathermetals.com