That's a great grate. Not sure how big it is, but it looks like it might make a cool headboard, too.
Most of us miss the details like this - is it cast iron, perhaps?
It looks strong and an "authentic" grate. Quite beautiful.
You just gave me a grate idea for a photo safari! :-)
I grew up in a hundred something year old Victorian..all the rooms had 1'x1' furnace grates in the walls that looked like this. I love this kind of stuff too....designs, textures...stuff to run your hands across!
I love how you notice things like this. A lot of people would just go on passed it.
It is lovely and it would look great on a wall!
I see the strong and connected connection, but there's something oppressive in there too. I also like images like this of items viewed out of context.
Yes! Those connections are solid and will last and last and last.
The way you captured this grate makes it appear to be floating. COOL:)
repeating patterns are appealing.Of course the cheese grater has a repeating pattern and you get grated cheese too. However, I don't think you eat cheese - right.
That is a fascinating take on this metal grate. I don't think I would ever have come up with that connection. Maybe the grate is protection from debris.
It woud make a great piece of artwork on a wall wouldn't it? Too often we walk around with our eyes closed.
there is a rather fascinating geometry to it...def more art than function i would think..
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