Posted by Breard Alain on Tuesday, 19 November, 2019 01:04:54
Surround your fireplace with stone and let it meet the ceiling to create drama and also to accentuate the height of the room or make a stone fireplace the focal point if you want to highlight the inviting character of the room. Stone can also be used to create contrasts and can be used in combination with wood for a harmonious design.
Wood mantels, whether new or antique, can be painted, glazed, or otherwise treated to match the fireplace's surround and your decor. Give mantels period-perfect patinas by rubbing on, wiping off, and sanding away layers of black, metallic, and tinted glazes and paints until you get a surface that strikes the most pleasing chord.
The heart of your living room is the hearth, so it should be absolutely beautiful. These fireplace and mantel ideas will inspire you to redecorate your space ASAP. Looking for a place to put your favorite odds and ends? Look for inspiration in Kelley Motschenbacher's quaint abode, where collectables
A wall of smoked and clear glass surrounds the fireplace in the double-height living area of architect and designer William Georgis's New York City townhouse. The custom-designed sofas are upholstered in a Gretchen Bellinger mohair and the chairs in a Clarence House velvet. The painting is by Julian Schnabel, and the rug is goatskin.
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This fireplace extends the dining room and provides a reading nook on the opposite side. The minimalist Caesarstone slab surround accentuates the linear flame to create a dramatic effect without overpowering the space.