Board & Batten Shutter Rustic Hardware Accessories from Agave Ironworks

Here’s a design example of one of the ways to decorate your board and batten shutters with Agave Ironworks Wrought Iron Hardware. Built to withstand the rigors of weather, all Agave Ironworks hardware is powder-coated to help protect against the elements with no flaking or white corrosion as normally found in aluminum pieces.

These non-functional board and batten shutters needed some rustic accents so adding 1 1/2″ clavos to the top and bottom of each board and 12″ desert trails hinge fronts to each batten improved the design scheme. In this scenario, an additional clavos was added to the middle board atop the diamond accent.

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Board & Batten Shutters Hardware Accessories Ideas

About Agave Ironworks

Agave Ironworks - Distinctive Rustic Iron Decor & Hardware

Located in San Diego, California and Tecate, B.C., Mexico, Agave Ironworks’ mission is to create and provide the most authentic rustic iron hardware available, staying true to the hacienda tradition.

Agave Ironworks pays meticulous attention to the texture, depth and beauty of the timeless style of a classic Tuscan Villa or Spanish Hacienda.

The distinctive feeling of the hacienda lifestyle will embrace you as you see and touch an Agave Ironworks creation. You will find quality handcrafted hardware that has been created by the sensitive hearts and hands of Hispanic master craftsman, leaving a lasting impression and adding to the beauty of your home.

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About Martell Hardware

Martell Hardware is an online retailer of decorative cabinet hardware, door hardware, window & shutter hardware, and kitchen & bath hardware to match many types of decor styles.
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