By Pascaline Pascal. Fireplace. Published at Monday, October 07th, 2019 - 06:15:00 AM.
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.
Push the envelope a bit with how you choose to lay the tile on your fireplace wall. Long, slim tiles laid vertically, like a waterfall, draw the eye upward and work beautifully with the concept of the fire’s flames. We love the juxtaposition of water and fire in this concept.
When it comes to fireplaces, Are you one of those people who support the ‘Nothing can beat the tradition’ theory? If yes, forget about modernistic transformations, and stick to a stone fireplace. This could literally mean ‘digging a hole in the wall’, so get ready for some serious renovation challenges.
Modern fireplaces were traditionally built with stone and brick, but now use a range of natural materials, including marble and even glass. Modern gas fireplaces add instant warmth to a home. No matter the style you choose, a living room with fireplace will always be the heart of a home.
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