Rough Cut Slab Top on Organic Iron Base
This was a fun piece we did awhile back, it's a real organic, whimsical table used for a salt water aquarium. We had a log smith cut a 2" slab of oak for the top, notice the bark still on the front edge.
Repurposed Fence Casting Fire Place Screen
This was a section of antique fencing we repurposed as a fireplace screen. We cut off the useless parts, added feet, sanded off the scale and laqured it.
Re purposed Iron Gate Fireplace Screen
A Local Designer hired us to transform this vintage Iron gate into a functional piece of art as a fireplace screen, with a couple of modifications and additions it now adds additional beauty to the room.
Iron Door Grill
The iron scroll work on this front door grill really adds a nice artistic look from both inside and out.
Metropolitan Iron Canopy Bed
A Designer commissioned us to create this contemporary iron canopy bed for the Symphony Guild designer showcase at the Met Terraces this year. It was made to be adjustable from 8 foot to 9 foot depending on your ceiling height. A very clean fresh look...
Sperry Iron Wine Cellar Door
A designer came to us with a idea drawn out on a napkin, after we had the dimensions of the door, we were able to come up with exactly want he had drawn. It was completely hand forged from 5/8" solid bar and banded. We were even able to match the finish to the door hardware!
Forged Iron Scroll Entrance
We were trying to figure out how to incorporate some iron work into this foyer entrance. Our client wanted something to blend with the iron work on the front door, but wasn't sure how to do it. The ceilings were 12 foot and there was a lot of room in the archway so we created this scroll pattern.
Gothic Cast Iron Bed
Gothic art was a Medieval art movement that developed in France out of romanesque in the mid-12th century, led by the concurrent development of Gothic architecture. Gothic influences have been around for centuries and present themselves in various forms, as with this Gothic bed. It was made of cast pannels with a rust patina.
Iron Scroll Work Detail
This Iron Door Grill is a great way to ad architectural detail to entrance doors.
Custom Iron Fireplace Screen
Large custom stone fireplaces have become very popular indoors and for outdoor living areas, but the problem is its hard to find a screen that fits the large openings. This iron screen was very simple in design and was made to follow the inside perimeter of the opening, it fit beautifully with a half inch revel all the way around.
Garden Tub Canopy & Mirrors
We had just finished the iron mirrors for this master bath when our customer came up with the idea of creating a fabric canopy over the tub. Not sure how that was possible we built this frame to compliment the mirrors and later fabric was draped over it!
Iron Wine Cellar Door Grill
Custom iron work in Charlotte, North Carolina
Interior Iron Gates
Interior Metal gates are a nice option instead of using doors they add a nice design element.
This is our latest door grill that was custom made for a local builder, every scroll was hand forged from 3/8" square stock inset in a 3/4" frame. Finished in polished steel and clearcoat.
This was an industrial look we did for a designer, the finish was lacquered raw steel with exposed welds and the shelves are repurposed pine.
Misson Bar Stools
We made 3 of these stools for our client who couldn't find the right fit and style for their kitchen. We had a photo of the original design and worked from that, We changed the seat from square to round, made them swivel and the right height. We did a hammered back, and distressed pigskin leather for the seats.
Funky Iron Handrail
This hand rail was forged out of 5/8" solid bar, it was all free form, with no real rhyme or reason, it was used next to an iron door and that's were the idea came from.
Iron Doggie Bowl
One of our customers wanted something other than a typical wire holder for her dog bowls, so we created this decorative iron stand. We used some castings from a coffee table as the legs and cut out a 8" hole so the stainless steel bowls would be recessed. We then finished it in a gun metal color and lacquer.
Butcher Block Plumbing Pipe Table
This table was built to use as an center island in a kitchen. It was fabricated out of plumbing pipe parts that we put together,the wood shelves we made from reclaimed oak.
Acanthus Iron Chandelier
Hanging above a 60" round dining table, it was hard to find a fixture that was large enough. We were commissioned to create this 2 foot tall iron chandelier from scratch. We gold leafed it and had seeded glass installed, it makes quite the statement in the dinning room.
Spine Chair By André Dubreuil of France 1951
Andre' Dubreuil of Lyons, France is a leading figure in the contemporary decorative art world, He studed at Inchbald Shool of Design in London,. and was made famous in 1986 by this chair named "The Spine Chair"
Antique Garden Gate Coffee Table
There was a pair of estate garden gates, one of them ended up at our studio and was made into this beautiful coffee table. The gate portion was clear coated to leave the natural aged patina.
Sole Iron Plant Stand
Iron Vainity Sinks
This bathroom received "best design", We worked with the Designer and Builder to come up with a solution for the curved walls, since a standard box sink would not work. We made a template of the wall and and made the base to fit, later the granite fabricator did the same and brought the tops. The wrought iron really makes a nice bold statement. We we able to use a similar picket that matched the wrought iron on the foyer staircase.
Iron Gothic Fireplace Screen
These gothic panels are made of cast iron and we cut and made them fit to use them as this unique fireplace screen. Iron casting are a great way to get that old world feel.
King Fissel Iron Settee
This a neat little iron settee that can be used just about anywhere. This one was made to fit between two pedestal sinks in a jack and jill bathroom. It can also be used as a foot stool or a little table on a porch.
Wrought Iron Votive Chandelier
This was a cool chandelier we created for a outdoor living space, it was 4 feet tall and held 24 glass votives. The next challenge we had was how to hang it with no roof! We forged the iron bracket so the chandelier would extend 6 feet out over the concrete table below it.
Wrought Iron Door Grill