Wrought iron fencing - instead of varying the height on the top which makes it look like spikes, turn it upside down to create varying heights on the bottom. - create gaps in the center to create negative space that makes the poles look floating

Wrought iron fencing - instead of varying the height on the top which makes it look like spikes, turn it upside down to create varying heights on the bottom. - create gaps in the center to create negative space that makes the poles look floating

Plastered rendered front garden wall painted white metal wrought iron rail and gate victorian mosaic tile path in black and white scottish pebbles York stone balham london (28)

Plastered rendered front garden wall painted white metal wrought iron rail and gate victorian mosaic tile path in black and white scottish pebbles York stone balham london (28)

Example of using wrought iron with other materials.  I would incorporate it with stamped concrete for our front porch.  I really like the no maintenance qualities of powder coated metals and concrete.

Example of using wrought iron with other materials. I would incorporate it with stamped concrete for our front porch. I really like the no maintenance qualities of powder coated metals and concrete.

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