Off The Shelf or Bespoke Garden Furniture

Classic Rose Arch

Do you know that we create all sorts of different designs for garden furniture and garden structures that you can buy from our on-line shop?

Arches, gazebos, pergolas, garden seats, well and pond covers or more bespoke items like fruit cages or even unique sculptures. You can browse all the different types of structures that are available or search for inspiration to help with your garden design via our website

Wrought iron arches, gazebos and pergolas are perfect as an elegant feature to frame a view, create a feature and as an integral part of the design of your garden. The solid construction of our garden arches will support climbing roses and plants and offer durability and strength for a lifetime. 

We supply all metal garden structures in sections which easily bolt together using discreet halving joins. They can either be pushed into the ground or set into a solid base.

The Ironart team are a mix of highly skilled metalworkers and blacksmiths, a number of whom graduated from art college before embarking on a career in metalworking.  If you are thinking of commissioning a piece of garden sculpture, we’d love to hear from you. If you have an idea in mind and don’t see what you’re looking for on our website, please get in touch as we’d be happy to help with ideas. Almost anything is possible!

Floral Garden Arch

Malvern Arch at the Eden Project

In 2012 we designed and created a decorative floral arch for the Eden Project in Cornwall. We were approached this year by 3 sisters who wanted to give their mum a unique present for a special birthday. They were inspired by the arch that we had created for the Eden project and commissioned us to create a similar one for their mum. Cecily Robinson has worked on this lovely arch over the summer. It has just been installed and is looking glorious! Talking with Cecily about working on the arch she mentioned the challenges of creating consistent tapers from 40mm round bar at the bottom through to a point at the top. She also enjoyed the contrast of working with solid uprights that form the main structure of the arch alongside creating the fine flowery details that adorn the arch from top to bottom!  See here the original arch at the Eden Project and the newly created arch installed in situ. If you are interested in commissioning something like this or similar do get in touch to discuss your idea.

The roses are in full bloom

Ever thought of installing a rose arch in your garden? Not sure where to buy, or what style would suit the space? We would love to help.

Here is a snap sent to us by a client who commissioned a bespoke metal rose arch a few years ago – with the roses now in full bloom and mature, it looks absolutely stunning.

We offer two standard wrought iron rose arches through our shop – follow THIS LINK to take you there.

If you have something more unusual in mind, maybe with a finial on top, or a pergola or tunnel rather than an arch – take a look at our BESPOKE rose arches. The only limit is your imagination – anything is possible!

Hambledon rose arch - June 2013


Ironart at the Eden Project

We’re thrilled to tell you that the beautiful flower arch that we made last year for RHS Malvern is now on loan to the Eden Project in Cornwall. Andy and his daughter Emily drove down to Eden at the weekend and installed the arch outside the Meditereanean biome where it looks just the job.

Ironart's flower arch at the Eden Project, Cornwall

Ironart's flower arch at the Eden Project, Cornwall

The asymmetric organic floral arch structure was based on some contemporary trellis posts that Andy designed for a private roof garden in London. The large galvanized flower arch has been much admired since it was made; as well as spending a week at Malvern (where it won Ironart a Silver Gilt medal) it was also featured on Alan Titchmarsh’s TV series Love Your Garden. We’re all really excited that it’s now on public display at the Eden project and will be seen and enjoyed by a huge number of people. The chance to showcase our work in this way is great publicity for Ironart – a small business in the West Country with big ideas! The arch is a wonderful example of the artistry and skills that abound here in the Ironart team, and all credit goes to artist blacksmith Jim Purry who made it. We blogged about Jim making the arch last year – heres the link.

If you would like to commission something really unusual for your garden and have an idea in mind, please pick up the phone and give us a call because we relish this type of creative project and would love to help.

Andy and Emily Thearle at the Eden Project

Andy and Emily at Eden


The Asymmetric Flower arch at the Eden Project

The Asymmetric Flower arch at the Eden Project