Wrought iron coffee table
Placed in classic environments, or, in contrast, in ultra-modern environments, wrought iron tables can boast an enjoyment that never drops. But what is wrought iron and why is it different from the standard one? This type of iron undergoes working such as hammering, pressing, torsion and decoration that alternate the surface making it different from that of simple iron that is smooth and free of friezes.
The value of a wrought-ironwork is distinguished by the amount of elements such as curvature, twisting and curls. Table tops combined with this material are often made of glass or wood, and often their joining makes them unique and remarkable pieces. Apart from living rooms and living areas, these complementaries are appreciated in outdoor areas.
Wrought iron tables have a certain value as there is a careful and sometimes long-term work on the shoulders, starting from the quadrell, a metal bar that can be cake or bent even through specific machines, to produce elements that are not particularly complex.
However, the most precious forging remains the handmade one, which can be recognized by some small details: for example, hand-knit curls end with a tip and do not seem to be cut, while leaves and knobs point to a surface that appears to be randomly trimmed and not smooth and smooth like that worked and industrially processed. In short, small details make this complement able to strongly characterize the environments, bringing a slightly retro touch that makes them unforgettable.
Wrought Iron Coffee Tables: Wrought Iron lounge Table
A wrought-iron lounge table rarely comes in rough form. The painting of the structure in this material takes place with the use of completely non-toxic, water-based paints. After the color has dried, or even before it is completely dry, apply an antique coating with an iron slip that removes a section of the paint layer, making it less compact.
This finishing, crafted in a crafty way, runs up to seven coats of color so as to obtain a variety of different shades. This also increases the cost of the pieces by up to 30% because the operation is hand-made with the use of a brush. Finally, it is also possible to apply a protective polishing based on natural waxes, also used for railings and wipes, which makes the surface velvety to the touch and very homogeneous.