Wireworking, a craft that began in the early 17th century, has long been popular with artists and collectors, but recently it has become a hot commodity in the home-furnishings market as well. Surprisingly affordable yet exceptionally decorative, wire pieces are showing up in a variety of imaginative forms for uses throughout the home and garden. Its humble fabrication fits in well with the simpler, less contrived interiors so current now.
DOWN TO THE WIRE
Page 50 -- Triple hat stand, $30, and teapot, $13.50, both at La Terra. Bird bowl (with apples), $30, at Pier 1 imports. Chairs, $4 each, and planter, $16, both at Pottery Barn.