Have you ever eaten grilled fish or sixty-six, and you must have seen this tin foil, but have you seen this thing used in indoor spaces?
That’s right it’s called decorative foil (decorative tin foil). Generally, it can be used on walls, top cabinets, or art installations.
Aluminum foil (tinfoil paper) can be kneaded out of wrinkles, resulting in a very unique and abstract reflective texture, and the appearance and grade will come up immediately. At the same time, decorative aluminum foil (decorative tin foil) itself has the material characteristics of thermal insulation, good waterproof performance, and strong sealing performance. In addition, it can be matched with various materials and lights to create more diverse levels.
For example, the design of this retail store, the combination of aluminum foil (tin foil) and Ou Song version, has both layers and a sense of rhythm.
Looking at this case again, it can also be combined with changeable lighting, different lighting colors, and the reflection effect of aluminum foil (tinfoil) to create a dreamy feeling of cyberpunk style.
In this case, decorative aluminum foil (decorative tin foil) is used on the background wall and cabinet, which highlights the texture of its own folds and becomes the visual focus of the space.