Wrought iron furniture has an unrivaled ability to harmonize with any decor; from rustic to avant-garde, opulent to minimalist, wrought iron pieces look as though they were designed with one purpose only, to fill the very space they presently occupy. Even slender, dainty pieces have a solid robustness about them that says I will not be ignored.
The Arizona Country Club has a rich history among the Phoenix community. Its memberships are a prized possession and are passed down from generation to generation. The club is known for its superior service, its magnificent golf course and its casual and inviting, yet elegant atmosphere. This year the club decided to revamp their patio dining area and they wanted to reward their members with outdoor furniture that provided unparalleled comfort and was inline with their core values of uncompromising standards.
For over 60 years, OW Lee Company has been known for producing some of the finest high-quality wrought iron patio furniture available. With all of the changes in the casual furniture industry over the years, companies like OW Lee have continued to lead by remaining committed to high standards. In an effort to learn more about the company and their principles, we contacted Terri Lee Rogers, President of OW Lee, with a few questions.
Wrought iron patio furniture has a reputation of being an expensive option in outdoor living, and sometimes it can be when compared to in-expensive alternatives such as plastic, synthetic wicker or aluminum. But there are a number of benefits to wrought iron that you should consider when selecting a material for your patio or outdoor furniture. Here's a quick list of our top 5 reasons wrought iron outdoor furniture is worth the investment.
Very few materials can be made into furniture that is as attractive as it is long wearing. Many materials require sacrificing endurance for good looks, or compromising style for durability. Wrought iron furniture gives you both in a unique combination of elegance and ruggedness.Wrought iron has been used for centuries in applications requiring strength and permanence. Today wrought iron is used in appealing