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Wrought Iron Dining

Wrought Iron Dining

Garden and patio furniture is made from a variety of metals, each with its own strengths and weaknesses. Wrought iron looks best in a formal or classic setting. It is a strong, durable material, and furniture designs range from traditional to contemporary. It is very heavy and will not tip over or blow away easily, making it a great choice for windy environments. This type of metal does require some care to prevent rust and increase corrosion resistance. It can be painted to both create a different look and to improve its resistance to corrosion. Some disadvantages of iron furniture include iron’s tendency to heat up and burn when left in direct sunlight. It can also be very cold on cooler days. Without cushions, iron is not the most comfortable choice, and using cushions with wrought iron furniture solves the problems caused by heat and cold. More robust fabrics should be used outdoors, and cushions should be put away after use. Wrought iron furniture can be left outdoors year-round, provided it is cared for properly.

The Alexandria collection by Meadowcraft is not your parents' wrought iron. While it is made with the familiar mesh design you associate with wrought iron furniture, Alexandria has a more contemporary design. The high-back, contoured chairs offer an unexpected level of comfort, even without cushions. Alexandria is sure to compliment your home’s décor.
Meadowcraft’s Del Rio collection offers a classic style with versatility. You can change the look with the addition of seat cushions; using solids and floral prints for a traditional look or bold patterns for a more modern design. Del Rio is a great choice for areas that require smaller scale furniture.
Woodard’s Briarwood collection is one of the most sought after wrought iron dining sets today. The time-honored floral design is what gives the Briarwood its traditional, recognizable style. Briarwood is a collection that is known for being given from one generation to the next, while continuing to be as durable as the day it was first manufactured.