The era of the birth of the Romanesque style is the time of the construction of amazing castles, majestic churches and cathedrals, the time of the rule of feudal-religious ideology. The serfdom nature of the life of society was reflected in the forged products. They were distinguished by their massiveness, severity, bulkiness, reflecting the simplicity of human life. Massive lattices and overall gates, wrought oak doors, powerful forged brackets on the chests, all of this indicated simplicity and power rather than elegance. Thus, in the concept of the style, emphasis was placed on the practicality and strength of the products, and their appearance inherited the forms of defensive structures. For example, the lattices of windows and doors were made from rods with a square section, which were located vertically or at a certain angle. Curls or spirals were intertwined between the twigs, as a rule, like the roots of trees, forming a more powerful structure, the hallmark of which is the symmetry and periodicity of the elements. Thanks to the strict guild frameworks, forging reached its highest level during the Romanesque period.
Today this style is not very popular among designers and artists. But, adding some elements to the decor of the house or on the site can return you to that very era of majestic castles, to that mysterious and slightly gloomy beauty. And if your house is made in the style of a castle and there are elements of Gothic in it, then forged furniture in the Romanesque style will perfectly fit into the interior.