The Retro Charm of Architectural Brass Woven Wire Mesh in Interiors


The timeless tone of brass is trending again in interiors. Older than gold and warmer than silver, brass has a unique appeal and can add a touch of luxury when used with materials such as marble and wood.

Why use brass in interiors?

A bold new trend in interior design, brass can oxidize or tarnish over time, giving it a distinct weathered look that adds to the charm.

From a functional point of view, brass has excellent corrosion resistance and can be recycled an infinite number of times, which has significant environmental and economic benefits.

Brass Woven Wire Mesh

Architectural wire mesh generally refers to woven wire mesh, a bendable mesh created by weaving longitudinal and transverse wires together to create tension. Because it can bend without breaking, woven wire mesh is ideal for railings, balconies, screens and ventilation. Additionally, since it can conform to any shape, woven wire mesh is also used for interior decoration and artistic applications.

Brass woven wire mesh is widely used in architecture and interiors for its function and appearance.

Inspiration from Arrow Metal projects

Woven brass mesh is one of our most popular products at Arrow Metal, supplied to architects, builders and designers across Australia for residential, commercial and retail interiors.

Queen Victoria Building

Brass wire mesh was a key part of the redevelopment of Sydney’s historic QVB building. Arrow Metal supplied two different profiles (WOB-9516 and WOB-9516D) of brass architectural wire mesh for the mall’s elevator redesign, to match the Victorian decor of the building.

Brass Mesh Kitchen Cabinets

Kitchen cabinets

Arrow Metal has provided the perfect ingredient for this sleek and tasteful modern kitchen remodel, which features brass mesh kitchen cabinets made with our trendy WOB-4716 brass mesh profile.



Aperture is the term used to specify wire mesh and indicates the measurement between the wires or the size of the opening in the mesh.


An alloy of copper and zinc, brass finds many applications in the construction industry. It can be used exclusively for its superb decorative appearance in buildings, in areas such as locks or door handles where there is a low friction requirement.

Number of stitches

Mesh count is the number of threads per inch (25.4mm) in the roll of wire mesh. A dense mesh will have a higher mesh count.

Percentage of open area

The percentage of open area tells you how much of the sheet is made up of holes and how much is made up of metal. This is a key consideration in understanding if a profile meets specific performance, design, and strength needs.

Wire diameter

Architectural mesh is available in various wire diameters, from the thinnest 0.6mm to the thickest 1.6mm.

Brass Architectural Wire Mesh: Ready to Ship Now

Arrow Metal offers six different profiles of architectural brass wire mesh ready to ship anywhere in Australia.

Brass wire mesh

See our brochure on brass wire mesh.


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