Our clients often ask us about the best way to mix different materials and textures in a room, from wrought iron to copper top tables to wood to leather.

Our clients often ask us about the best way to mix different materials and textures in a room, from wrought iron to copper top tables to wood to leather. By introducing metals, we can add a new dimension to any room. And combining metals with wood pieces is a good way to mix warm and cold mediums, thereby showcasing the beauty of both materials. Too much wrought iron can quickly start to look hard or cold, so adding some wood to the mix, especially some of our reclaimed pieces, can help you achieve the perfect balance.  Once you have the foundation of a room in place with the focal point pieces, you can have fun with lighting, area rugs, textile and leather accents! They’re great for adding softness, warmth, and your own personal style to any space, in other words: romance your space!

Come visit us in the showroom anytime to discuss this in greater depth. Better yet, schedule a design consultation to further address your home decor needs. As always, we strive to make life long relationship and have been rewarded with unprecedented loyalty and satisfaction from our wonderful clients!

Our hammered copper dining tables and end tables are truly stunning – a great way to make a dramatic statement in any room. We also carry a wide variety of wood, leather, and upholstered chairs to mix and match with these tables.

Our mesquite coffee tables and console tables are handcrafted, with charcoal-fired wrought iron bases. And to add just a touch of the eclectic, the mesquite’s swirling grain patter comes with our without a tasteful inlay of turquoise, turning each piece into a unique and one-of-a-kind work of art.

This dining table is made of reclaimed Burma teak wood railroad ties; we think it’s such a cool and rustic-chic piece! A personal favorite!

G. Harvey is the celebrated Texas historian and impressionist known for his original paintings and bronze sculptures depicting the American West. The painting below, “Changing Range,” depicts a lifestyle true to Texas, complete with cowboys, horses and of course the oil patch!