A twin over full bunk bed in a mix of rustic wood and iron brings mountain style to the design of this space. Mixing and matching pillows in neutral tones against brown plaid blankets nod to western style without feeling kitschy.
Rich, green stucco walls create an alluring atmosphere in this master bedroom retreat. HGTV Star contestant Abby Vasek hung beautiful draperies over the windows and created a romantic touch with custom-made linen bed panels. Later, she added a yellow leather and iron bench at the foot of the bed and a large commissioned piece of Western artwork above the couch (not pictured).
This crisp white backdrop provides a canvas for light and airy colors. A blue and yellow floral design creates a feminine and sophisticated look for the bed curtain attached to the simple wrought iron frame. A neutral upholstered bench is tucked below a table for a vanity space while the bed bench draws out the soft blue coloring in the room.
For accommodating kids and guests, Fixer Upper's Chip and Joanna Gaines devised a new bunk room with four queen-sized bunk beds. The bunk beds feature gray and white striped linens, stained shiplap paneling, iron railings and integrated stairs. The stairs are painted white with natural wood treads.
Designers wanted the master bedroom space to be flooding with natural light, so they included a large wall of black, iron French doors and high side windows on either side of the bed. They kept the fabric and the paint colors in the space neutral in order to reflect the beautiful, Arizona sunshine.
This fun, functional kids room features a travel theme, with passport stamp bedding and a giant wall map that serves as art. A metal bed and sturdy iron bookcase can stand up to the rigors of an active child. A modern chair adds style and ties the space to the rest of the contemporary home.
The wrought iron pagoda in Rollins' vegetable garden was sourced at Atlanta's Scott's Antiques Market and powder coated for a fresh finish. Painted white brick garden beds provide visual continuity with the brick of the main house.
A tufted bedframe and traditional iron chandelier give this master bedroom a refined, elegant look. The simple bench at the foot of the bed provides extra seating and adds another design element to the room that completes the elegant, luxurious look. A furry accent pillow and navy throw bring in some texture.
The rooftop deck offers the best views of the ocean, especially from this wrought iron balcony. An outdoor dining room sits underneath the covered area, perfect for entertaining or romantic evenings watching the sun set.
The "captain's chair" in the corner of this traditional living room offers the best view in the house. This traditional Brooklyn townhouse overlooks New York Harbor and features carefully restored period details, like reclaimed antique heart pine flooring and cast iron radiators.
Through French doors, and you enter the bedroom. The off-black wall color continues. A similar shade is Wrought Iron from Aphrochic Interior Paint. Inside the bedroom is another built-in designed by Kelley. A shelving unit divides the home office from the bed. The shelving offers an abundance of storage for Kelley’s collected pieces. Below, drawers have been installed as additional storage for clothing and accessories.
This view shows the close location between bench area and cabinet by the corridor off the great room that leads to the home’s impressive master suite, a very warm space with canopy bed made from iron. Both the corridor and the master bedroom are painted the same rich and warm shade of rust for good flow.
In the back of the home, a private driveway leads into an attached garage with elegant wood doors. Raised flower beds set into large, stone retaining walls give the exterior of the space color and an elegantly manicured look. The two raised beds break at a wrought iron gate that opens to reveal the private courtyard that leads into the home from the rear.
This elegant traditional bedroom has a number of beautiful touches, from the coffered ceiling to the Federal-style rug. The walls and fireplace surround are painted in a creamy white as a backdrop to the furnishings. The floral-patterened window treatment and bed canopy add a fun visual element to the space and a tufted chair in front of the fireplace creates a sitting area under a large wrought iron chandelier.
Black and white accents in a cozy guest room correspond with the light finishes and dark-stained woods that run throughout this Spanish-style estate. Twin beds with iron headboards are functional for guests, and a dresser with an intricate inlaid pattern adds interest to the space.
Star magnolia bursts into bloom in early spring, when the first daffodils are just starting to show color. ‘Centennial Blush’ star magnolia (Magnolia stellata) opens pale pink flowers rich with fragrance. Blossoms unfurl before leaves, staging a stunning show. Star magnolias flower best in full sun but tolerate part shade (they actually benefit from shade during the hottest part of the day in warmest zones). Feed plants in spring using a slow release shrub and tree fertilizer with sulfur and/or iron to help green the leaves. This star magnolia grows 12 to 18 feet tall and 10 to 15 feet wide. It’s hardy in Zones 4-9, which means it can welcome spring from Minneapolis, to Mobile, to Medford, Oregon.