Architecture Stainless Steel

Royal Decor sheets with sophisticated finishes, ideal for stainless steel cladding

Royal Decor steel products are line of innovative architectural materials for interiors and exteriors for the both of residential and commercial buildings

There has been a great demand for new materials and designs for interior something that can differentiate from others. And metallic finishes of interior have gained popularity in the industry, used as an alternative to fabric, wood and ceramic. We are proud to say that the greatest architects and designers all over the world choose Royal Decor Steel as the ideal partner for their projects.



  • Titanium-coating (PVD System): We offer the widest color palette worldwide, obtained by physical metal vapor deposition: the color results bright, solid and extremely resistant.
  • Etched: The chemical etching process transfers any design on the sheet’s surface; this will look opaque and slightly rough, creating a nice contrast with the non-etched areas 
  • Vibration: The surface finish of the sheets is obtained through a non-directional brushing which gives a matt effect.
  • Brushed: The finish is obtained by unidirectional brushing; the brushed effect could be more or less accentuated depending on the used grain.
  • Super Mirror: Super Mirror finish is a non-directional polishing that makes the steel sheet surface highly reflective.
  • Bead Blasted: Bead Blasting finish is produced by the impact of glass microspheres onto the steel surface; the result is a uniform surface with low reflectivity.
  • Blend 'S' (Hairline): Hairline finish is obtained by directional, gentle and sophisticated brushing.
  • Embossed: The patterned sheet is obtained by printing or lamination, done with one or double rollers to have one face or double faced patterned sheets.
  • Scotch Brite: Scotch Brite finish is obtained by a soft brushing with light brushed effect.

Stainless Steel Selection 


304 vs. 316 Stainless Steel


For a material to be considered stainless steel, at least 10.5% of the make-up must be chromium. Additional alloys typically include nickel, titanium, aluminum, copper, nitrogen, phosphorous, selenium and molybdenum. The key difference between the 304 and the 316 is the addition of molybdenum in the 316. It is the molybdenum that enhances corrosion resistance in environments rich in salt air and chloride – giving 316L the moniker of “marine grade” stainless steel.



304 Stainless Steel:

304 stainless steel is made up of low carbon and chromium-nickel content which makes it extremely versatile and widely used out of all the stainless steel options.

The 304 option has proven to be resistant to corrosion and oxidation and offers a variety of appearances and finishes. 304 is commonly used for the interior applications.

316 Stainless Steel


316 stainless steel is an austenitic chromium-nickel stainless and heat-resisting steel with remarkable resistance to corrosion in comparison to other steels when exposed to the outdoor elements like sea water. As 316 contains molybdenum, it has a higher resistance to chemical attack than type 304. The 316 option is easy to clean, weld and is highly durable. 316 tends to cost a little more. However, you could end up saving in the long run if the stainless steel is going to be used for the outdoors.

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Why PVD is preferred coating


  • PVD coating is harder and more corrosion resistant than coating applied by electroplating process.
  • PVD coatings do not discolor or tarnish, and have reasonably high corrosion resistance and do not suffer under UV radiation so easy.
  • More environmentally friendly than traditional coating processes such as electroplating or painting.
  • PVD coatings have excellent wear and abrasion resistance and it’s durable.
  • Can be color-matched to other finishes and materials
  • Can be specified in a wide spectrum of colors
  • Mimics more expensive materials such as bronze, brass and gold providing a cost-effective, easy-maintenance alternative
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We’re proud to offer you a lifetime warranty on our PVD products. If your product ever has any manufacturing or workmanship defects we will replace it. We want you to feel confident and secure that when you invest in our products, you are getting the best and most effective products available on the market.