Today, we have an awesome post from Mari Rose with Design Shuffle…she brings us 8 gorgeous ways to use wrought iron in the breakfast room or eat-in kitchen. Enjoy!
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Today’s guest post is all about ways to add wrought iron in the breakfast room. From French county rooms to those with modern style, it’s easy to add wrought iron tables to the design mix.
Thanks to Timeless Wrought Iron for allowing me to stop by to visit for awhile.
This small sun porch turned breakfast room is the perfect spot for a marble-topped wrought iron table. The chair is wrought iron with patchwork leather. A metal and glass modern pendant light hangs above.
This interior design with a French flair includes lots of beautiful wrought iron including the oval table and large étagère. Slip-covered French chairs in wood surround the metal-topped table.
Setting atop a lovely antique Oriental rug, a rectangular wood-topped wrought iron table is paired with long skirted chairs in this inviting light-filled breakfast room.
Wrought iron is the perfect choice for the table, chair and drapery rod in this country style breakfast nook. Looks like the muffins are ready, coffee can’t be far behind.
A small wrought iron bistro table can serve many purposes in this breakfast/sitting room. It’s such a pretty mix of traditional and contemporary with just a hint of country in the stripped textiles.
A round wrought iron table works beautifully with sleek upholstered banquette, modern acrylic ghost chairs and small contemporary glass lighting fixture.
This sophisticated breakfast area is one of the many interior designs from celebrity designer Nate Berkus. French bistro chairs and curvy wrought iron table with marble top-they’re the perfect breakfast room combo.
An open-air breakfast room is pretty in wrought iron with comfy sky blue cushions. One of the fantastic things about wrought iron furniture is that it’s suitable for indoor and outdoor spaces alike.
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