Oakley Home Builders
What Houzz contributors are saying:
A cast iron table looks equally at home in traditional and contemporary settings.Wrought Iron and Cast IronIf you want furniture that can stand up to strong winds, then iron is the way to go. Both wrought iron and cast iron are remarkably solid and also add a sense of historic graciousness and beauty to your space. Wrought iron, in particular, is known for its ornate, decorative designs. Wrought iron is best used where it can be sheltered from the elements, but you can find rustproof pieces or add a protective finish.ProsSolid construction and classic styling. Very long-lasting. Powder-coated pieces are rustproof, although you will need to touch up any scratches. ConsHeavy. Will need periodical rust prevention and possible touch-up paint to stave off rust. May need cushions for added comfort.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Higher fireplace makes loading easier
Outdoor fireplace with concrete benches