Wrought Iron Decor for Inside and Out
Iron has been formed and used for furniture and decoration for a long time, but it was not until the 1920s that American blacksmiths popularized the material in America. In 1925 an American by the name of James Aston developed a process for economically and quickly manufacturing wrought iron furniture and decor.
Wrought iron decor can be used inside and out for durable and long lasting items. Wrought iron patio furniture is popular in cafes and outdoor restaurants because it is easy to maintain and it can withstand many types of weather as well as temperature fluctuations.
If you are interested in buying genuine wrought iron decor from a store or antique shop, do a magnet test. Iron is a magnetic mineral, if the magnet does not stick chances are the item is made of another metal like aluminum. If you have bought a piece of iron decor you love protect it from rust and corrosion by applying paint or a coat of wax meant for cars or boats. With proper care your wrought iron decor will last you and you family for a very long time.