How to Decorate Your Walls with Wrought Iron


Wrought iron wall decor comes in many different sizes, shapes, and styles. Some of the most common wrought iron wall decor items include clocks, metal wall art, mirrors, wall scrolls, sconces, and wall lanterns. With the wide variety of items available, the walls of any home can benefit from the addition of wrought iron decorations.

Things You'll Need

  • Wrought iron wall decor
  • Wrought iron clocks
  • Metal wall art
  • Wrought iron mirrors
  • Wall scrolls
  • Wrought iron sconces
  • Wrought iron wall lanterns
  • Analyze your wall area that needs decor. Decide how large (or small) the wall space is that you want to cover. Remember, wrought iron decor lets the wall behind it show through somewhat, so take that into consideration.

  • Decide what type of wrought iron decor you would like to hang on the wall. Is the location an ideal place for a clock or a mirror? Do you need more lighting in the area? If so, maybe a wrought iron sconce or wall lantern would be a great choice.

  • Shop for the wrought iron product you have decided to hang on your wall. Remember to bring along your measurements so that you get something that is the correct size for the wall area.

  • Hang the wrought iron product. When hanging the wrought iron wall decor, be sure to select an appropriate hook or wall attachment that will support the wrought iron since some of the items can be heavy.

Tips & Warnings

  • Wrought iron wall decor looks great when it is placed in many areas of your home.
  • Here is a link to my website with more ideas, tips, and information about decorating your home with wrought iron.
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