Wrought iron has been with us for thousands of years for good reason. It is an attractive durable material that was often used for making candleholders in castles and larger homes. Today, wrought iron ceiling lights are adaptable, durable and versatile and will add long term elegance to almost any home. Wrought iron designs can adapt to almost any style including modern and traditional.
Wrought iron is probably one of the most versatile materials for making light fittings that will fit in with many home décor designs. They are very durable and will instantly add contrast to any interior. Combined with crystal, wrought iron fittings are a truly stunning addition to any modern, contemporary or traditional environment.
An elegant wrought iron fitting above the dining table can transform a dining room into a place of opulent splendour. Many people associate wrought iron with the Gothic style and whilst this is true, it is only part of the overall scheme. On it’s own, a wrought iron ceiling light will fit into almost every type of environment.
Wrought iron is particularly suitable for hallway as they provide contrast and a stunning feature to welcome visitors to your home. A wrought iron chandelier in the hallway, dining room or living room is a dramatic addition to any home.
There is a wrought iron design available for almost every type of room, available in a multitude of sizes, styles and finishes. They can offer a modern sleek look or fit in perfectly with the more traditional home.
As with everything, proportion is important. Take time to choose the right size and it will add style, charm and grace to any space whilst providing many years of pleasure.
There are many designs to choose from including the famous cartwheel that has been styled on the old-fashioned horse and carriage wheels for centuries.
The wrought iron birdcage style again bases its design on the old fashioned metal birdcages. These designs imitate a cage body and designers have adapted the design to incorporate scrolled candle arms.
Modern laser cutting techniques are used in making many of the more modern wrought iron designs. This allows thick metal to be cut to very exacting standards and complex designs to create a more contemporary look.
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