Ever wondered why some homes feel a little cozier, more inviting than the others? It isn’t a question of having a sprawling space, the latest home entertainment system to impress guests, or a set of furniture in every room in the house that seems straight from a stylish brand’s catalogue. Guests generally feel more comfortable in homes that project a lived-in feel—proof that the homeowners themselves, more than anyone else, embrace and enjoy living in the confines of their own homes.
Tables form an important part of any interior. Be it a practical dining table where the whole family gathers for meals or a classy accent table that holds your favorite crystal vase or a beautiful lamp, tables play a pivotal role in the final outlook of a room. Wrought Iron tables are a great option if you are looking for a table with beauty, class as well as sturdy practicality. You can find tables of all designs and sizes with wrought iron bases and tops in wood, stone, glass or any other material of your choice.
Different wrought iron manufacturing companies offer their signature lines of branded wrought iron tables. Each line comes with a distinct design influence, from chunky, primitive designs to classy modern ones, you can choose from a wide variety of durable, branded tables.
Decorators and celebrities love wrought iron because it makes any space feel timeless and luxurious. There are a variety of architectural styles, from a Mission style house to a Craftsman cottage or Northwoods lodge.
Jeffrey Lubell, founder of True Religion Brand Jeans, says that wrought iron is one of the key design elements used in his Mediterranean style beach home. Lubell currently has the stunning, 3,000-square-foot Manhattan Beach property on the market for $10.5 million, according to Realtor.com.
Among the ways architect Louie Tomaro incorporates decorative wrought iron in the home is with an eye-catching railing that serves as a statement piece on the beautiful curving staircases in the house. The house’s interior railing also emphasizes the curved balcony that overlooks the ocean.