You may be familiar with how adding wrought iron elements can increase the value of your home, as well as many other benefits, as we previously discussed in another blog post (check it out here!). What you may be wondering, however, is how exactly you can go about adding iron elements to various parts of your home so that you can take full advantage of these benefits. There are many ways that you can utilize wrought iron throughout your entire home, as well as outside your home. Let’s check out the most common ways that iron can be put to good use around your residence. 


Though adding iron does not add much to the curb appeal of your home, it certainly adds a wow factor once your guests walk inside. Wrought iron makes for long-lasting accent pieces that require little to no upkeep and are easy to keep clean over the years. 


Every home has a variety of light fixtures present throughout. From table lamps to floor lamps to pendant lights, the available opportunity to add in iron elements is tremendous. Whether you are wanting a completely iron fixture, or simply want to spruce up an existing one, there is always a solution to be found. 


Most cabinetry and doors come standard with fairly basic handles and hardware. This can easily be upgraded with iron elements. Regardless of what kind of wood your cabinets or doors are crafted from, there can be an iron style that will match it, and the upgrade makes your home look tremendously more exquisite. 


Side tables, dining room table, breakfast nooks, and more. There are many surfaces within your home that can be upgraded with wrought iron accents. Having chair or table legs custom made can take your furniture to the next level. 


You might not pay too much attention to your staircase railings, until there is something to pay attention to. This often overlooked element within the home can be upgraded with a custom iron solution. Crafted to match whatever decor style you prefer, iron stairway railings can amp up the levels of class within your house. 


Adding wrought iron elements anywhere outside your home can add to your home’s curb appeal. In addition, it creates a cozy and secure feeling atmosphere so you can fully enjoy your outdoor space. 


This is probably the most common use for wrought iron in outdoor spaces. Iron fences and gates provide an extra layer of security for your home, on top of making your house look more sophisticated and exquisite. 


Security doors to your courtyard, or screen doors, can be made out of wrought iron to add an extra architectural element and safety measure to your home. On top of looking tremendous and pulling the rest of your landscaping together, they serve as a deterrent to any potential intruders. 

There are many more ways that wrought iron elements can be added to your home. Utilized both inside and out, iron is a great addition to your house, and it will boost your home’s value. Are You ready to invest in some ironwork for your home? Contact our experts today!