By Denise Fabre. Fireplace. Published at Sunday, October 13th, 2019 - 07:18:12 AM.
Arches in architecture, especially traditional or craftsman spaces, tend to draw attention simply because most other components of a house’s design are straight. An ever so slight arch above the fireplace in the brick or stone surround is a gorgeous way to subtly draw attention to this stunner.
The fireplace surround is typically more notable than the fireplace itself, but not always. Your fireplace could stand out in a crowd if you laid heat tolerant stone tiles in a herringbone pattern. Completely and utterly stunning, even in a room with plenty of other things going very, very right.
What does stunning mean to you? The actual definition of stunning is: extremely impressive or attractive. What a perfect description to aim for with a focal point in your home decor, don’t you think? Particularly as the weather begins to cool off for many of us around the globe, as we approach Fall and Winter seasons, our fireplaces might begin to see a little more use. If we’re going to use them, why not make them as beautiful as they are functional?
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.
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