The sky is the limit when it comes to the design and finish of our fireplace surrounds and mantels. Get inspired with a well-styled fireplace mantle. Use zinc, pewter, copper or bronze to create a metal fireplace surround with any finish you desire. Choose a smooth or textured finish to complement the surroundings. Add decorative elements if desired. Grayleaf offers our experienced team to assist you with selecting, measuring and ordering your fireplace mantel or surround.
Fireplaces & Mantels
Grayleaf produces custom fireplace surrounds and mantels. We can create beautiful one of a kind creations using many metals with dozens of finishes available. The fireplace is the center of the room and custom metal surrounds truly brings the room design to life.
Integrated speakers and media components
Greayleaf commonly integrates media and sound components into custom mantels. This allows for a world class design with modern function tucked away discreetly. This allows for both function and design to blend seamlessly.
Zinc: Zinc is a beautiful material that is well suited for many interior and exterior needs. Zinc can be colored in over half a dozen patina options. This material can also be textured in many ways from hammering to distressed.
Pewter: Pewter is one of the most luxurious materials available for interior and exterior design elements being used in the market today. Pewter can be antiqued or polished. This material can also be textured in many ways from hammering to distressed.
Brass: Brass can be used to bring warmth and visual appeal to many products for the interior and exterior of homes and commercial businesses. Brass can be darkened. This material can also be textured in many ways from hammering to distressed.
Stainless Steel: Stainless Steel can be used in almost any design application and provide a long lasting durable surface. Stainless steel can be darkened. This material can also be textured in many ways from hammering to distressed.
Copper: Copper can bring a truly unique and custom looking design to life for interior and exterior applications. Copper can be colored in over half a dozen patina options. This material can also be textured in many ways from hammering to distressed.