It is a time of opening doors to let in the cool breeze or heading away for holidays, and you want to do this with peace of mind that your family and your home are safe this summer.
You can achieve this, while adding something of beauty to your home that will add value rather than detract from your home aesthetic. With the magic of ironwork, there is no design limitation on what you can achieve - whether it is a Celtic masterpiece or a eucalyptus tree branch!
Jalmer wrought iron doors and entrances offers a 10-point approach to securing your home:
1.Fully welded design that cannot be bent or twi...
Rather than filling a gap where the hot summer sun hits thier balcony with an extension of awning, this Mandurah client decided to do something a bit special.
After seeing Jalmer at the last HIA Home Show, they made contact to see if we could build a piece of artwork on a hinge, that could close over and block out the harsh afternoon sun, and then be opened as a piece of wall art for other times of the day.
Shown in the closed position, this artwork features local fauna, such as the pelican, pink snapper and whiting, which are common to the Mandurah water systems.
Truly inspiring renovation of a home in Ascot, Perth - from a pleasant home to a wow-factor home.
Jalmer provided the finishing touches which included a fence-line that reflects the unique Swan River nearby.
We also supplied an organic-style letterbox that also makes a statement, and fits with the styling of the metalwork on the property.
Wayne Jeffery from Jalmer worked closely with the client and the builder to work in with building schedules and other trades to make it a hassle-free process, but achieving the outcome that the client was seeking to achieve.
The Jalmer Art Shop offers a wide range of gift ideas for those people in your life who really appreciate receiving something a bit different.
Best of all there are options from $33 - so affordable for every budget.
Some of our top ideas:
1. Rather than just giving a book or platter, consider giving a handmade recipe book holder or platter/bowl stand with it to make it a more complete set. It will make it easier to put your gift on display in their home, rather than stashing it away. We love platters by Tradition Stained Glass.
2. A table runner with some fragrant candles provide a gift...
This landscape by Martin Cuthbert Landscapes features two pieces by artist Wayne Jeffery, from Jalmer Wrought Iron.
The first is the letterbox, which has a hand-cut design that reflects the client's love of the rural landscape where they spend a lot of their time.
"The letterbox artwork not only adds a unique feature to the landscape, but it also has functionality being lockable, able to hold A4 envelopes and has the 'light box' design that enables visitors to find you at night." said creater Wayne Jeffery.
The second piece included some antique mill stones that the client wanted to use as part o...
This property owner in Ascot was looking to make a statement with front gates and infill panels that fit perfectly with the river outlook of the street, with its local birdlife, reeds and eucalyptus branches to create a perfect entry to the beautiful home.
What is not so obvious is the fact that this property is now fully secure with the following features:
- fully welded design, so there is no accessing through panels and the variable heights make it difficult to climb over;
- hidden electric motors that cannot be tampered with, and that respond to the owners remote control and intercom syste...
The upcoming So Unexpected Exhibition is just that - Unexpected.
As part of the Spring Festival, visitors taking in the beauty of the beauty of the region, in particular the tulips at Araluen can visit this extraordinary display of Perth Hills artists.
The artists have been hand-picked to be part of this exhibition, all with extensive professional art careers, awards and prizes for their art and international collectors of their works. Don't miss this opportunity to see this talented group in one place, for one short time this Spring.
On display will be paintings, iron, glass, textiles, fashi...
This is the proud new owner of a Kim Fitzpatrick original surfboard and illuminated art glass sculptural statement. The wave stand is a Wayne Jeffery recycled art sculpture, to give the illusion of the board dancing on the waves.
Kim has just delivered this unique board to its new home in Bunbury Western Australia. The family were visiting Wills Domain Winery in Yallingup, Western Australia when they fell in love with this one-off art piece and just had to have it.
They have an amazing modern, contemporary home and Kim found the surfboard was not only the right fit for the residence bu...
All of Wayne's art has a story and we find there is one person out there who just says 'they have to have it!'
This piece was no different. Wayne built the stand a few years ago, originally intended to be an umbrella stand but it just didn't 'work'. So it was set aside until the right inspiration surfaced...
The turtle was built as a test for Wayne, who loves recreating nature from recycled steel. Again, his intention was to put it into a console table for the gallery, but again the right inspiration was not revealing itself.
Roll on 2 years and Jalmer were a last minute addition...