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Home & Garden Art
Home & Garden Art
Home & Garden Art
Home & Garden Art
Home & Garden Art
Home & Garden Art



Motawi Tile


Wall Decor

Home & Garden Art is Seattle's source for whimsical, decorative, fun and unique home and garden decor..

Located in Seattle (the Ballard / Greenwood area), our store is a locally-owned, family business with 11,000 square feet packed full of decorative wrought iron, as well as copper, wood, cast iron, glass, concrete and clay accent pieces - all perfect for your home and garden.

Custom ironworks is our specialty.

Have specific measurements or ideas about your space? Bring ‘em in--we have a welding shop on-site and can design and fabricate exactly what you’re dreaming of.


Lisa Honold
August 1st Special: Trellis, Screens and Topiary on SALE
Lisa, August 1, 2015

Come load up on Trellis, Topiary and Screens--30% off now through August 7th Read More.

Lisa Honold
August Specials at Home & Garden Art
Lisa, August 1, 2015

Check back on our website or Facebook page often--every day we'll post a FLASH SALE! Read More.

2014 Northwest Flower & Garden Show
Lisa, February 3, 2014

The Northwest Flower & Garden Show opens this Wednesday and promises to be spectacular. We've got Home & Garden Art moved into our exhibitor booth and MOD Studio, our custom design and fabrication business, will be right across the aisle, starting to... Read More.

Deal of the Day!

Recycled Metal Piglet

Recycled Metal Piglet

Add more personality to your garden! These colorful characters are sure to be a point of interest and conversation among friends and neighbors. .....see details

sale 50.00 / reg 60.00

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“What you can do with
metal is amazing, The more you bang it up, the more beautiful it looks.”

Role:Owner | Artist in Residence Favorite Project:A really modern stainless steel gate with glass spheres 
Catching up on baseball, listening to good music, spending time with my family, traveling, finding cool architecture to study, poking around and finding antiques
Where’d you learn to do that?: l learned how to think mechanically from my Grandpa and Dad growing up in Arkansas.  Dad had an antiques restoration shop and traveled around to antique shows and dealers collecting and selling.  My Mom taught me to think creatively and appreciate color and texture through her custom Victorian lampshade business. As far as welding, I'm self-taught.  Best Advice ever given: Measure twice and cut onceLearn more about our staff >


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