Wrought iron door and grille

Location: 41.986608"lat 88.772936"lng - Burr Ridge, IL

A modern house nested in an idyllic environment owned by a young couple had an extraordinary lower level that comprised a comfortable recreational great room, exercise area and a expansive bar and party room which was open. The owners needed to secure the space so their young children had no access to the bar area.

The basic idea was to custom fit our metalwork to complement the house style.
Following back and forth designs and ideas the owners decided on hand forged iron scrolls for the window grille and the wrought iron door.

After on-site measurements, we started fabricating the ornamental iron work pieces.

The finish was to be rubbed bronze as per their request. Installation was flawless and in the words of the owner; Mr. Stephen K.: “This looks fantastic, better than I expected“. For this reason we are so proud of the unique metal works that we produce with extreme dedication and expertise accumulated over 40 years.

Thanks Mr Stephen for your trust, it was a pleasure to serve you.

Drink safely and let me give a hint about my favorite drink: Negroni.

In your bestshaker put 1 dose of Gin, 1 dose of Campari and one dose of sweet Red Vermouth, add a little ice just to refresh, shake for no more than 4 seconds and pour into crystal glasses with striking chimneys that will accentuate even the most delicate of bouquets.
Add 2 or 3 drops of bitter angostura and have at hand a lemon peel which you are going to press into the liquid mixture as to release the acid droplets. This will wake up the senses. Enjoy.

As the story goes:

Count Camillo Negroni in 1919 at Florences Café Casoni invented it by asking the bartender, Fosco Scarselli, to strengthen his favorite cocktail, the Americano, by adding gin rather than the normal soda water.