I love the hip midcentury vibe of the Vestal fire screen by John Lyle. An intricately designed bronze sculpture rather than wire work, its great style would work well with any modern space.
This pair of birdcages would look just as good with a little felt bird or plant inside as it would with the real thing. Though I think I like it even more as a way to display artwork, as shown here.
Add a warm glow to your dining or living room with the Petra Pendant Lamp, handmade from iron wire finished with an antiqued copper patina. I love its organic modern design.
This charming French vintage wine bottle carrier will tote four bottles of vintage bubbly in style — a great housewarming party gift.
Designed by Harry Bertoia over 50 years ago for Knoll, the Bertoia Asymmetric Chaise remained a prototype until 2005, when Knoll brought it into production. I love the free form sculptural shape of this piece; it's a work of art as much as it is seating.
This is such a clever way to use a vintage lampshade frame — though its pretty shape would look just as good covered with fabric.
Inspired by the shape of the classic hanger, the Wire Hanger by Areaware is a great way to organize odds and ends in the hallway, office or other areas where space is at a premium.
I love the simplicity of this midcentury wire magazine rack, and its gold tone adds a touch of glam. It would be a great choice for displaying your prettiest interior design magazines.
Designed by Will van den Bos in 2003, the Photo Mobile is a playful way to display favorite photos, postcards and artwork by the kids. I love how it's an ever-changing decorative element.
Made from an intertwined nest of aluminum wire, the Entrelace Chandelier has a lovely scribbly quality to it — rather like a Ronald Searle drawing.
Display your prettiest books or photos on this simple book holder from Haus Interior. I love its industrial, handmade look.