Iron doors were used with functions of protective purposes as they are very strong, especially in profound structures of the Turkish architecture. Iron door wings were produced by clenching, with wrought iron nails, wide pieces in the form thin strip plates shaped by hammering. Those plated on wood were produced by connecting these sheer iron plates with big nails. Placing the door wings to door space was provided with wrought iron pivots and hinges.
When works of artists are reviewed in general, decorative adornments are seen and continuous curves exist. As the Art Nouveau artists are inspired by nature, there are plant motifs in their works.