Benjamin Moore Wrought Iron (2124-10), has become a favorite among many of our locations. It is an almost-black that brings layers of sophistication and depth to interiors and exteriors alike. Wrought Iron creates drama, contrast, and interest for spaces large and small.
A Wrought Iron door pops against a painted brick home.
A Wrought Iron door from RoseRockProperties.com
The traditional shingle and clapboard siding gets a modern upgrade with Wrought Iron on the front and trim of the home.
Traditional renovation featured on Remodelista.com
A modern home in a popular black and white design has a welcoming entry with Wrought Iron French doors adorned with brushed gold hardware.
A modern home with Wrought Iron painted French doors.
The ceiling of this pool room brings a dramatic edge with a Wrought Iron ceiling, a nod to the night sky.
A Charleston pool room ceiling in Wrought Iron, from CharlestonMag.com
Wrought Iron garage doors create an interesting exterior focal point.
A home features Wrought Iron garage doors against an icy exterior color.
Stunning in monochromatic Wrought Iron, this Vancouver home contributes to a peaceful sense.
Dwell.com features a gorgeous monochromatic Wrought Iron home.
Described as "... a moody, chalky gray Benjamin Moore paint color that has been on-trend as of late. Pair it with white trim and gold accents or with a pop of color.” Benjamin Moore Wrought Iron is a color that is sure to be a modern classic for years to come.
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