Wrought iron panels come in a variety of detailed scrolls, straight lines, and embellishments to compliment the style of a house. For instance, a sleek modern home may utilize geographical squares, set in long strict lines, to bring an open entryway into proportion with the style. A large Colonial model can benefit from scrolled grapes and flowers that present a warm welcome.
Properties take on a new grand appearance when wrought iron fencing is used to introduce a driveway. Artistic panels with spear-headed bars add distinction to grounds and properly introduce your home. Top off this look with a security gate of like design.
Architectural metal components are not limited to outdoor use. An inside stairway that lacks design, can come alive with a mixture of wrought iron pieces. By using iron motifs to accent solid wood, a customized European design is created.
Turn any mediocre area into a stunning artwork of excellence by incorporating wrought iron into the mix. Not only will the results bring a fresh new look, but will also add character in a unique, stately fashion.
Wrought Iron is simply stunning! I’ve been looking at getting a wine rack with wrought iron details added around it… simply stunning!
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Seems you use to see a lot more of this than you do now and I think it looks so pretty
I like wrought iron.
I love the look of wrought iron! So pretty!
I love wrought iron! We have a wrought iron gate with sunflower motives and leaf scrolls and we’ve been told many times that we have the most gorgeous gate in the neighbourhood!
I bet the gate is stunning. Here in NH, one doesn’t see a lot of homes with gates and if we did have them – we’d need a remote control to operate them. The weather/seasons would be enough for me not to want one.
Wrought iron adds a classical touch; I love it
I love the look of those wrought iron panels, just wish there was a cheaper way to get a similar look! I’m on a pretty tight budget since I just bought my first home.
Yes, I do agree Danizilla, that wrought iron can be expensive. Do a search for Faux Wrought Iron and see what you come up with. I saw a DIY fence and places where you can buy faux wrought iron.
neat idea def have to try this
i love wrought iron its so beautiful to decorate for christmas and holidays !
Always adds a classic feel to the property!
It really does Michael – it’s just beauteous in itself.
Always loved wrought iron! Would be cool to see some unique design ideas using it!
Oh, I love black wrought iron! They have some beautiful designs on their site. I really like the Scroll designs.
I love the look of those! I wish I had the extra money to afford them, but you are correct, they are beautiful. Thank you for the information, and Happy New Year!!!