Antique Cart Wheels

Last week I was scouring Michaelian and Kohlberg’s warehouse for pieces to use in the Mansion in May show house terrace  and I fell totally in love with a group of cart wheels.  They had amazing iron detail which I love on just about anything and a graphic quality that made them very contemporary even though they were very old.

Incredible detail and handmade craftsmanship

These wheels can stand on their own as sculpture, can be hung on a wall or be suspended from a pergola as a candelabra with led pillars lighting the way.

I’ve always liked millstones and thought they were fine additions to gardens in paths, as fountains or even as free standing sculpture.  I never considered cart wheels as being just as useful and beautiful though.  (I think it might be the folksy wagon wheel thing that I don’t like that kept that door closed.)

So many ideas, so little time.

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  1. I love the idea as using these rustic wheels for artwork! Susan, I’m enjoying your blog!

  2. You prove over and over again that design is where you see it. Keep your eyes open!

  3. Susan aka Miss. R

    Sara–Thank you for visiting. I’m thrilled that as an interior designer you are interested in what I have to say…we’re not that far apart discipline wise!

    Pat–That’s one of the nicest things anyone has said to me in a long, long time. Thank you!

  4. I really like this idea. It goes so well with modern industrial home decor.

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