In Search Of — Wrought Iron Furniture

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Wrought Iron in Pensacola, Florida. Photo: Everywhereonce.com

Wrought Iron in Pensacola, Florida. Photo: Everywhereonce.com

Welcome to the daily series In Search Of, where we look high and low on Krrb for one-of-a-kind items that we must have now! Today, it’s all about wrought iron and we’ve got plenty of it.

Intricately beautiful wrought iron designs cascade down buildings in New Orleans. It’s the foundation for tons of furniture and a beautiful accent material in industrial decoration. We’re seeing plenty of wrought iron furniture on the classifieds. Check out this round up of pieces that caught our eye.

Tiki Bar in Tarrytown, New York

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Photo: Krrb.com/45280?auto=format

Maple and iron details on this 1950s Arthur Umanoff bar make it the perfect centerpiece for entertaining.

Find it on Hills’ Corner. $1,800.

Bench in Yonkers, New York

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Photo: Krrb.com/WestchesterFinds?auto=format

Add a few upholstered cushions to this seat and you’ve got a rustic and inviting outdoor spot.

Find it on Tom & Steph’s Corner. $400.

Outdoor Dining Set in Bedford, Massachusetts

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Photo: Krrb.com/34661?auto=format

Crisp white paint brightens up this outdoor dining set. And that bar cart is a huge bonus for entertaining.

Find it on Ken’s Corner. $700.

Folding Table in Douglassville, Pennsylvania

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Photo: Krrb.com/45566?auto=format

A convenient fold-up table for camping and spontaneous backyard fun. Who could ask for anything more?

Find it on Nicole’s Corner. $100.

Queen Bed in Radburn, New Jersey

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Photo: Krrb.com/BeautifulOnBeekman?auto=format

Whimsical curlicues line the headboard of this queen-sized bed.

Find it on Shana’s Corner. $200.

Wall Sconces in Brooklyn, New York

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Photo: Krrb.com/ILIkeMikes?auto=format

The seller says: “What’s cool about these is the fact that the result is not just a sum of the parts — in other words, they look like regular iconic MCM starbursts (which would be fine in and of itself) until you get up close and see that they are actually the product of some artsy union welder who came back from lunch a bit early one day and knocked these babies out.”

We can’t help but agree.

Find it on Mikes’s Corner. $149.

 

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