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Accentuate with Iron

By Sharon Johnson

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Bring an immediate rustic vibe to your home with the addition of wrought iron. This timeless metal can be shaped in almost limitless ways, making it perfect for all manner of accent pieces—from table bases to lamps to decorative door inserts. If a room in your home is feeling like it needs a little something extra, try adding a touch of wrought iron. It may be just what the space needs. Get great ideas from eight top designers on clever ways to incorporate iron throughout your home.

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Dining Room by Gabriel Benroth, Adam Rolston & Drew Stuart

A Supporting Role

Iron legs and cross braces add a certain gravitas to this mix of stools while keeping the overall visual space uncluttered. The oversize custom table serves as both anchor and focal point of the room. The black trim around the sliding doors and the simple black frame around the photograph harmonize with the wrought iron and pull everything together.

Dining Room
by Gabriel Benroth, Adam Rolston & Drew Stuart

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