By Madelhari Koch. Fireplaces & Accesories. Published at Friday, November 09th, 2018 - 03:59:58 AM.
Fireplace designs are not only common in elegant and classy homes. Stone fireplace designs are popular in the European home. Rustic fireplaces light up a country home and modern fireplace designs create a homely feel in contemporary and even minimal home designs.
Install trim around your fireplace that frames the fireplace itself. We love this tiered trimming concept, done in all white like the rest of the room’s walls, as an accentuation of the fireplace itself. Classic and clean architectural detail that packs a punch.
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 completely modern aesthetic, place a narrow, long fireplace below knee height. This stone example is a stunner, juxtaposing fantastically against the smooth, grey wall above. Of course, you’ll need to consider the room’s use – the presence of young children and pets might put this design on the backburner.
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