A Newel Post with the Addition of Coat Hooks Makes a Perfect Towel Rack.
A Pair of Wall Mounted Candle Stands are Actually Arched Panels From a Salvaged door with Applied Mirrors above Antique Nickel Brackets Holding Shelves.
A Decorative Iron Grille Backed With Mirror Glass Gives The Illusion of a Transom and Reflects the Arch of the Stained Glass Window Beyond.
A Focal Point is Created With This Antique Elliptical Stained Glass Window “Floating” Above a Custom Window Seat Flanked By Wall Brackets Created From Mantel Shelf Fragments.
As Simple As The Placement of An Antique Copper Roof Finial Can Make All The Difference In This Garden.
When Another Painting Just Won’t Do, Try Decorative Architectural Elements Such As This Antique Art Nouveau Ironwork Triptych.
The Addition of Garden Fountains and Statuary Always Turns The Average Yard or Garden Into A Personal Statement.
The Simple Placement of Small Architectural Elements Such as A Bronze Building Fragment and Terra Cotta Brick Can Make An Ordinary Bookshelf Extraordinary.
A Mid Century Entry Becomes Transformed By The Addition of Antique Wooden Panels and Decorative Tin.
This Building Corbel Creates The Perfect Display For A Painting, Sculpture or By Itself As Its Own Focal Point.
Antique Ornamental Cast Ironwork Makes All The Difference in Transforming This Plain Wooden Privacy Fence Into A Dramatic Garden Setting.
A Stained Glass Window Adds Privacy and Color and A Bronze Grille Becomes an Ornamental Wall Hanging