Sun and surf are proving to be a good match for TableauxEX®, the Tableaux name for exterior usage. It is always good to hear success stories about faux wrought iron design solutions, though this application provided by Bermuda designer Jill Henneberger is especially interesting.
One of the questions we get most frequently asked is, how does Tableaux stand up to extreme weather conditions? Product specs don’t give nearly as clear a picture as does an actual application photo.
So take in the elegant photo Jill provided of her pineapple design TableauxEX, she specified for a residence on the island nation of Bermuda.
Jill shares with us, “This Tableaux was used for the main gate of our clients’ vacation home and will greet many guests and family members. The pineapple, although never grown for commerce in Bermuda, is a symbol of hospitality…which is a most appropriate motif for this home and the welcoming nature of its owners. Beyond the visual impact of the design, the non-metal construction of the product was the main factor for choosing faux iron. Bermuda has very high humidity and the home is located right on the ocean, subject to salt air and the occasional rogue wave.”
What a relief to enjoy the beauty of wrought iron design without the need to worry about rusting!
Learn more about Jill at http://bydesign.bm.