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Ornamental joist hangers nicely accent faux and timber beams, these timber hangers offer a decorative alternative to the traditional hanger.
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Plain Straight iron joist hanger is a perfect example of simplicity at its best, this straight forward design has bold square corners that can accent most all design styles and the texture options offered can sway this design more toward a specific style, for instance, when hammered all over or distress hammered it becomes a rustic style suited for Mountain/Cabin, Southwest, Mission, Country or Native American decor. Although, with hammered edges this design leans towards a more Tuscan, Tudor, French Country or Mediterranean style. When this design is left smooth it appears more cottage, transitional, modern, contemporary, Green and Green, Craftsman, Art Deco, or Industrial. Whereas ping hammering takes this design more towards an Eastern look blending well with Turkish, Indian and Asian styles.


Plain Straight iron joist hanger is a perfect example of simplicity at its best, this straight forward design has bold square corners that can accent most all design styles and the texture options offered can sway this design more toward a specific style, for instance, when hammered all over or distress hammered it becomes a rustic style suited for Mountain/Cabin, Southwest, Mission, Country or Native American decor. Although, with hammered edges this design leans towards a more Tuscan, Tudor, French Country or Mediterranean style. When this design is left smooth it appears more cottage, transitional, modern, contemporary, Green and Green, Craftsman, Art Deco, or Industrial. Whereas ping hammering takes this design more towards an Eastern look blending well with Turkish, Indian and Asian styles.
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Plain Straight iron joist hanger is a perfect example of simplicity at its best, this straight forward design has bold square corners that can accent most all design styles and the texture options offered can sway this design more toward a specific style, for instance, when hammered all over or distress hammered it becomes a rustic style suited for Mountain/Cabin, Southwest, Mission, Country or Native American decor. Although, with hammered edges this design leans towards a more Tuscan, Tudor, French Country or Mediterranean style. When this design is left smooth it appears more cottage, transitional, modern, contemporary, Green and Green, Craftsman, Art Deco, or Industrial. Whereas ping hammering takes this design more towards an Eastern look blending well with Turkish, Indian and Asian styles.