By Natalie Renault. Fireplace. Published at Sunday, October 13th, 2019 - 02:19:26 AM.
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.
Lighten up the room with a fireplace that benefits two rooms; having such a fireplace “floating” in the center of the room with plenty of room to walk around it makes the space feel even brighter and more spacious.
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.
Raw concrete is all the rage in the industrial style, and its use as a fireplace surround and mantel face is end point here. Although the contrast between the harsh concrete and the tree branches overhead is impactful, if you’re unable to incorporate the natural look in this way, the concrete fireplace itself would be an eye catcher in any space.
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