European Style

Traditional European styling encompasses everything from the Old-World rough hewn to the opulent styling of the Rococco Movement. Our interpretation of European styling emphasizes what we do best at Ironhaus, which is hand forging metal to create architectural pieces that are timelessly elegant, built to endure, and that will be …

Enclave Style

Reminiscent of the Art Nouveau movement at the turn of the 19th century, this “new art” embraced the idea that art should encompass all the arts: architecture, interior design, graphic art, and especially the decorative arts. Inspired by natural forms and structures, there was a desire to harmonize art with …

Elegance Style

Meaning: “tastefully fine or luxurious in dress, style, design, etc., “gracefully refined and dignified, as in tastes, habits, or literary style.” “graceful in form or movement.” “appropriate to refined taste” “excellent; fine; superior” What else can we say, except that we think you’ll agree. Our Elegance Style complements well Contemporary, …

Classic Iron Style

Simple lines, clean finishes, and raw finishes, define our Classic Iron style. Classic Iron is a simple design style meant to complement your classic sense of design in your Modern, Contemporary, or Transitional style home. With Classic Iron style, we let our craftsmanship speak for itself, sans embellishment! This style …

Contemporary Style

  Contemporary design style features a softening of lines in response to the stark edges and angles of modern style, with neutral elements, and bold colors. The emphasis with Contemporary style is about sophisticated lines, clean shape and natural form without heavy ornamentation. It’s about bringing in elements of the …

Old World Style

Old World design is about comfort, and broken-in style. Matte, distressed and/or honed finishes are preferred over sheen and polish. A deep, rich color palette, but muted in keeping with the well-worn look are all trademarks of Old World design. Our Old World style plays on those elements to help …