Hardy in zones 6-11, cast iron plants can be grown as houseplants or outdoors in shady garden areas. They tolerate heat and arid conditions and make a lush backdrop for smaller plants that also love shade.
Gold fixtures and faucets are used throughout this pre-war renovated bathroom to add metallic glam to the space, as well as a touch of history. Marble subway tile creates an elegant backdrop to the entire space.
Designer Andrea Schumacher creates a rich, classic look by pairing khaki-colored grasscloth wallcovering with blue-and-white Suzani-style draperies that perfectly frame the piece-de-resistance: the freestanding cast iron tub.
This country style dining room features painted wood planked walls and ovular drop leaf dining table. The focal point of the room is a black AGA cooker surrounded by an ivory mantel frame decorated with antique pitchers and plates. A blue and white tiled wall with a country scene finishes off the nook.
Stone pavers with grass create the courtyard floor underneath black cast iron patio furniture. With flowering shrubs and privacy trees all around, this courtyard is a quiet, beautiful place to enjoy nature uninterrupted.