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Bringing traditional British style and quality to your home
Ironmongery home interiors – bringing traditional British style and quality to your home
Have you ever thought about traditional ironmongery for your home?
If not, we can show you how fitting it can be – with plenty of choice from our high quality products to suit a vast range of styles – both period and contemporary.
From high-end home accessories, to door and window furniture, hinges, bolts and brackets, our stunning product range makes a stylish addition to any home, and with black, pewter, brass and argent finishes, complements every interior design trend from industrial through to rustic, minimalist to steampunk.
Whether you are looking to emulate the ‘hygge’ principals of cosy living, spruce up your home in time for the nights drawing in, or have a hardware make-over to totally transform your living space, Kirkpatrick will have a product to suit your lifestyle, taste and wallet:
Light up your life with Kirkpatrick’s interior and exterior wall-lamps, beautifully hand crafted in iron and glass to create a warming glow around the home.
Be stoked by our welcoming fireside accessories, including pokers, coal tongs and kettle stands – the perfect accompaniment to a wood burning stove, open or decorative fireplace, or just as a quirky decorative touch whatever your interior theme.
Have great curb appeal with a classic Victorian boot scraper on your front step, and elegant iron plant holders and basket hooks adorning exterior walls and walkways.
But you don’t have to take our word for it.
Rachel Newcombe, homes and interiors writer and editor of Fresh Design Blog www.freshdesignblog.com says: “If you’re renovating or restoring a period property, putting traditional touches in can really bring the property to life and give it a truly authentic feel. Ironmongery is a great example of this and there are plenty of ways in which you can use ironmongery products in period homes to finish them off to a tee, such as through adding traditional door fixtures and fittings or window furniture.
“In a living room where you’re restoring a fireplace, traditional black ironmongery can be used to provide the finishing touches around the fireside – think kettle stands, coal tongs or pokers.
It’s great to invest in traditional skills and products and have the knowledge that the pieces you’re choosing should last for generations to come.