Meshing in Versatility

June 1, 2007

In the 20 years since the company was founded by Ron Schoenheit as a spin-off from his family's original fencing and fireplace screen business, Cascade Coil's wire mesh has been featured in numerous media outlets and incorporated in a wide variety of settings. From the Set of Will and Grace to Wolfgang Puck's CUT and Sidebar at the Beverly Wilshire, wire mesh has added innovation and allure. Bold and modern in texture and feel, the wire mesh fabric exudes an airiness-allowing light to enter a space without blocking views or ventilation. Restaurants and hotels were the first commercial enterprises to catch on to the flexibility of these wire mesh curtains. Cascade Coil's U.S.-made curtains are manufactured of steel, aluminum, copper or stainless steel, and come in colors and finishes ranging from natural tin or nickel-plated to bright paints in any color imaginable. More information is available at

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