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Wednesday, 22 February 2012 16:34

Fooling the Eye for Real Effects

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Tuscan-inspired design never left home fashion, it just continues to express its timeless decorative message through modern materials.  While we often receive inquiries about using Tableaux® faux wrought iron for Juliette balconies, we don’t often get a finished project photo of one.  Thanks to Mike Vikesland of Embellish design in Austin, TX for this simply elegant installation of Tableaux.

To create your own Juliette balcony, you can order the Tableaux as one length similar to what you see here, adding your own decorative touches on the vertical bars, if you wish.  We’ve seen other equally creative faux balconies with the vertical bars attached over the rail bars.

 Remember, Tableaux is a decorative wrought iron product, not a structural one. So be sure you’re your balcony railing is never used.  We also recommend that Tableaux never be specified for balustrades or railings of any kind where personal safety is at issue.  There are so many delightful, ornamental applications for faux wrought iron that give you the look and feel of real iron.  To learn more about how to order your Juliette balcony, give us a call or email us from this website.

 

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