Tuesday, March 30, 2010

A rustic accent

I love browsing in shops and online for unique home accessories. This teak and iron 4 light chandelier makes an elegant rustic accent. A great conversation piece don't you think ? An unusual and dramatic piece, it has been custom crafted using teak wood and iron from the 19th century.
Pictures courtesy : Eron Johnson Antiques.
Eron Johnson Antiques specializes in fine antique furniture, accessories and architectural antiques dating from the 17th to the 19th centuries.


Archana Srinivas Pottery said...


Like your new header.


Anonymous said...

oh.. I like the header... And the find of this post is fab!!

Shalini said...

I'm all for little touches of rustic-ness. They give a room a nice earthy quality, especially if everything else looks too new.

My Dream Canvas said...

Thanks for stopping by Arch.

Pat: Thanks, after much debate I am going to stay with this new header. This look for My Dream Canvas is here to stay:-)

Shalini- I agree with you, mixing the old with the new, the modern with the rustic makes it so much more special.

Anonymous said...

This is beautiful!

brideandbaraati said...

nice blog!

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