By Nanine Poirier. Fireplace. Published at Sunday, October 13th, 2019 - 05:03:08 AM.
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 back burner.
The porch is the place where families gather to chat, cook a meal or roast marshmallows on a summer evening. A contemporary outdoor fireplace offers a new family space to enjoy warm summer evenings. This is the perfect way to expand your living space.
There is no need to limit a fireplace to the living room. A dining room with a fireplace offers a great way to enjoy family meals. Fireplaces fit perfectly on rooftops and patios, or whatever room that can ‘tolerate’ a bit of natural aesthetics. And if you do feel that a stone fireplace wouldn’t suit your style, you always have the option to change your mind and purchase a modern case fireplace.
If your fireplace isn’t of the type that’s used often (or ever), or if you don’t intend on using it, you can still make this desirable feature a benefit to your overall decor rather than a drawback. Beautiful chunky white candles on coordinating candlesticks, for example, give a nod to the concept of “firelight” while being framed out nicely by the fireplace surround itself.
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