Our love of hand crafted metal has become a growing material of choice in our custom designs for clients. Hand-forged iron, bronze, stainless steel and even pewter have been incorporated into interiors of late. Here’s a peek at a few of our favorites…
This rolled-steel bed finished with a zinc patina is a custom design of ours, in collaboration with Whetstone Workshop. Currently in production, we expect to install in our client’s newly renovated master suite the Spring.
These pewter countertops are new to our library of materials. We’re eager to incorporate them into a bar – inside or outdoors. The pewter naturally patinas, providing even more character over time.
The installation of this newel cap at a taste-designed beach house in Little Compton, RI, crafted by Isaac Juodvalkis of Whetstone Workshop, is the perfect punctuation in a modern coastal home for a young family.
This textured taste-designed beam bracket partners well with the farmhouse beam running along our clients’ ceiling.
The simple-lined frame of this glass table accents the inlaid medallion in the floor beneath.
Jay Christman, our go-to blacksmith fabricated this taste-designed hand rail and baluster in iron.
These textured samples offer an assortment of choices for customization.
Jay Christman masterfully designed this iron handrail transition and curve that’s a pleasure to use, while offering strong support up and down the stairs. The delicate iron balusters bring a lightness to this small back stairway that may have been visually crowded with a wood handrail and balustrade.
This table’s concave base in brushed stainless steel is a perfect fit in this bay window breakfast nook. We paired the base with a locally crafted dining table top by Lorimer Workshop.
Stainless steel shelving lends a modern edge to this traditional all-white kitchen, one of our all time favorite kitchens and a frequently saved image on Houzz – 43,000 saves to idea books and counting…
How could you bring the character of metal into your home? Be inspired!