The laser cut intersecting circles of our exotic 'Budapest' decorative screen design makes this pattern a nice choice for a casual interior decorating scheme.
Not quite floral, yet not strictly geometric, this symmetrical pattern sits somewhere between a modern and a traditional style.
It also has a 40% sunlight block-out rating, which provides just enough shade or privacy to be practical in addition to being beautiful, no matter where or how it is installed.
In this installation, gold-toned, powder-coated aluminum screens are used as space dividers in a modern style hair salon.
Mild steel, aluminum, and ACM (aluminum composite material) can all be powder-coated a number of colors within the QAQ manufacturing factory located in Melbourne.
In this modern, yet slightly quirky kitchen installation, 'Budapest' screens cut in MDF (medium density fiberboard) are painted a light gray to contrast with white walls.
MDF is one of the most inexpensive materials screens can be cut from, though it is strictly to be used indoors only.
Laser cut decorative screens have many uses, but one of the less common is as added security! Here, 'Budapest' screens cut in brown powder-coated mild steel are installed over windows, providing shade, privacy, and an added deterrent to break-ins.
Compressed hardwood is the most common material used for garden, pergola, privacy wall, and fence decorative screens. Here, large 'Budapest' screens provide shade and privacy on a front entry deck, creating an interesting, inviting welcome area for the home.
In a Melbourne gaming pub shown here, two beautiful 'Budapest' screens of two different sizes add an element of the exotic in cream, powder-coated, aluminium.
QAQ wholesalers to retailers, builders, landscapers, and many other Australian businesses throughout Australia.
We can custom cut screens in a wide variety of sizes, designs, materials, and finishing options.
For retail, see our list of distributors located throughout Australia here: Stockist Distributors List
To see more installations of 'Budapest' as they come in, as well as to see truly bohemian interior decorating inspiration and to find out more about its beautiful Hungarian namesake, follow our 'Budapest' Pinterest board here.
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