Is your home a haven for wildlife? Are you drawn to the rustic charm of an old farmhouse? Or do you prefer your space to feel modern and contemporary?

Whatever your style preferences, it’s almost certain that you’ll have a reaction to the look of certain house features, when it comes to interior design, fewer people than ever are resorting to neutral colors and plain geometric patterns.

Instead, more homeowners are choosing more creative and original looks with an emphasis on natural textures and shades, one of the best ways to bring out the beauty in any space is by using warm tones such as red, gold, or brown.

In this blog post, we’ll show you how to add a rustic touch to your home with iron railings – from layout planning through finishing touches so that you can transform any space into something truly special.



Iron railings are great for adding a rustic touch to your home. With their weathered appearance and the varied textures and colors that they come in, they’re a great option for transforming any space into a cozy retreat.

The first thing to decide on when planning an iron railing is what style you want and what colors to go for, these decisions will help you to decide on the layout and the finishing touches for your railing, for example, if you want your railing to give a strong architectural feature to your space, then you’ll need to choose a style that meshes well with your other design elements.

When it comes to color, you can really go wild with iron railings by choosing colors that contrast heavily with your other interior décor, for example, you could choose red iron railings to contrast with your palette of greys and blues.

The next thing to decide on is how you want your wrought iron railing to look, you can choose between a traditional single rail or a multi-rail fencing design that gives your space a more modern feel and if you want to add an artistic touch to your railing, consider installing leaded glass panels that you can control with remote control.

We recommend reading through our blog post on how to decorate a porch before deciding on your layout and design although iron railings are great for building extensions onto your home, you can also create a more open-plan interior space by decorating your porch with tall plants and greenery.


Decide on your Theme and Look up Similar Designs

Now that you know what you want to achieve with your iron railings, it’s time to plan your theme and decorate your space to fit around it.

Iron railings are great for adding a rustic touch to your home, so plan your interior décor around warm tones and natural textures, you can also use iron railings to complement the look of a specific theme. For example, if you’ve decorated your home with the colors of the outdoors, you could use iron railings to complement the theme of a rustic cabin or a manor house.

Similarly, you could use iron railings to match the look of an urban setting, such as an old warehouse or a converted mill, in order to decide on your theme, you can look up similar interior designs online. This will give you an idea of how iron railings can complement your decorating style, you can also ask family members and friends for their suggestions.