By Madelhari Koch. Fireplaces & Accesories. Published at Sunday, July 22nd, 2018 - 18:59:48 PM.
However, this doesn’t stop you from incorporating a fireplace into your modern living room: contemporary rooms appreciate sharp and well-defined lines, and they could benefit from a classy, well-planned fireplace. If you’re looking at adding a cozy element to your new home, a unique fireplace may be just the thing you need. As times change, so have fireplaces. Modern fire place designs come in a range of shapes.
We’ve all seen fireplaces in which the mantel face is stone from floor to ceiling; however, consider this stunning impact when the stone is laid floor to ceiling, end to end on the entire wall. The fireplace wall is immediately and entirely the focus of this space, and no other art or décor is even needed.
Of course it’s not a photo hanging on the wall, but this fireplace almost looks like one! A substantial yet neutral painted “frame” forms the bulk of this fireplace surround, promoting its presence and aesthetic appeal. Flanked between two stand-out dark wood shelving units, the vertical space on this fireplace wall has been used nicely. A low, horizontal fireplace design is a perfect complement to the existing design here, providing balance and visual appeal at each level.
For a more global, Old World, and/or organic living room, consider omitting the fireplace gate altogether in favor of some decorative concrete posts. Although you’ll need to research safety considerations (e.g., young children, pets, floating spark possibilities, etc.) before incorporating this fireplace arrangement, the look really is stunning.
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