Central Park WestTraditional Balcony, New York
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Wrought iron balustrades from the 16th century on became highly decorative, especially in churches around France and Spain. Ironwork boomed in 18th-century England, and beautiful railings and gates were abundantly scattered around London and the United States — especially in New Orleans. This veranda has a simple yet elegant pattern in the wrought iron balustrade that doesn't detract from the breathtaking view.