Large paned windows allow natural light to illuminate both the first and the second floor. An oval-shaped wrought iron chandelier serves as a focal point as guests ascend the stairs. Wrought iron lantern sconces add a bit of detail to the paneled light gray walls and complement the chandelier as well.
Heavy wood cabinetry pairs with wrought iron accents and neutral tile to create a Mediterranean aesthetic in this open plan kitchen. Cove lighting, sconces and pendants create drama in the striking space.
A beautifully decorative stone well with wood bucket in wrought iron supports captures the attention on this Italian villa style courtyard. Natural color from plant life pops against the neutral tones of the exterior stone. Wood framed french doors and mediterranean sconces finish the sophisticated look.
The traditional open plan kitchen in this home blends seamlessly with a relaxed dining area. Arched doorways welcome occupants into surrounding rooms and wrought iron sconces and chandeliers give the space a rustic, elegant feel.
The tiles in this bathroom's big walk-in shower (a replacement for a neglected tub) are hand painted. Continuing the beautiful Mediterranean mood, there are wrought-iron sconces and an elaborate silver-framed mirror that hides a medicine cabinet.
A wrought iron railing provides lovely contrast to the warm neutral tones of the staircase. A slightly arched window fills the space with essential light, with recessed lighting and a wrought iron sconce to offer light in the evening hours.
The foyer is a perfect example of how the cabin blends a thoroughly luxurious feel with charming rustic design. Polished tree trunk posts support the upper level, wrought-iron sconces light the welcome and all around gorgeous wood paneling wraps the space in warmth.
In addition to the vintage tub, this master bathroom features soft hues of neutral, custom Roman shades, and beige cabinetry that is illuminated by the small wrought-iron wall sconces creating a simply elegant space that is warm and relaxing.
Designer Melanie Miller of The Design Atelier selected a cool blue and white palette to create a restful atmosphere in this master bedroom. A wrought iron canopy bed and floor-to-ceiling drapes create a formal look without being stuffy.