Flowing Art furniture is the future

Flowing Art has been investing in its own line of furniture with a cast coating. The exclusive character of this furniture has mostly drawn companies that want to stand out from the crowd. These bar stools are a fine example of the possiblities Flowing Art offers. Aren’t they inspiring?

Cast furniture is also an option for you, as a consumer!

Is your furniture out of date, but can’t you bring yourself to replace it? Consider these options:

  • covering an old cabinet with a layer of glittering resin
  • giving a table a brand-new top with a three-dimensional look
  • providing a set of chairs with colourful, artistic drawings
  • and so on!

The end result? Stylish and ageless furniture!

How does furniture casting work?

Once we have a design ready we cast large panels and assemble them into furniture. We do this in our workshop in Hoogerheide using both epoxy and polyurethane resin. We can also decorate existing furniture with a cast coating. This way your old furniture can become something completely new and beautiful.

Casting countertops

Liquid-in-liquid casting

Flowing Art uses the technique of liquid-in-liquid casting to decorate table- and bartops. The material used isn’t paint but a thick liquid that Flowing Art produces in several different colours.

When we start decorating we prepare 10 to 20 colours that we can use. Using a sealant cartridge enables us to draw gracefull, smoothe and detailed pictures or patterns. The colours merge into each other subtly, giving the final result a unique appearance.

That’s the charm of the Flowing Art table- and bartops! If you wish, we can complete your table with a fitted frame and legs.

Jaap Blokhuis van Flowing Art

On location or in our workshop?

If you order a Flowing Art floor we will visit your home or company to cast the floor there and then. Sills and thresholds are also cast ‘on location’.

Wall panels, countertops and furniture are cast in our workshop in Hoogerheide. They take less time to produce than a cast floor. Once they are cast, wall panels and countertops are measured to fit and glued on location.

Cast floors and wall panels versus countertops

The main difference between casting floors or wall panels and casting table- or bartops lies in the instruments used. Floors and wall panels are cast using buckets filled with resin, while table and bar tops are cast with a sealant cartridge, allowing designs to be more detailed.

Examples of cast table- and bartops

  • Jägermeister bottle fragments in a Jägermeister ice bar
  • Jeans in the counter of a clothing store