Wrought Iron or Wood

When it comes to Pakistani home décor women have particular choices, while some go for themed furniture others tend to mesh things up. But two of the most important materials used in home furniture are Wrought Iron & Wood. While wrought iron brings class and a certain aura of mystery to your home wood adds elegance and sophistication.

Wrought Iron is usually chosen by women who have a much darker taste in colors and shades. Their home would represent dark colors like maroon, black, burgundy, dark purple etc.  The whole place will give off a rich, dark aura of mystery and the highlight would be during the evening. Wrought Iron is not only used for furniture ladies, but also for railings, wall décor and garden furniture. In fact, mostly wrought iron furniture which is delicately carved is used in gardens to increase the overall appearance of the place.

Wrought Iron Interior Design in PakistanOn the other hand wooden furniture has always been a crowd pleaser, from beds, sofas to chairs they have been preferred by everyone.  Lately wooden furniture has been used in a lot of Pakistani homes as lounge and garden furniture. Off course the wood has to be treated before it can be used as garden furniture to provide resistant to moisture and termites. It can also be meshed with metal and other elements to create something beautiful. Amer Adnan Associates has been advising their clients to use wrought iron or wood when it matches the whole outlook of the interior. At times people tend to use wrought iron when it does not fit well and vice versa.

A good sense of interior design and blend is needed to make sure your home turns into something spectacular for the people to see.


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