Published at Monday, September 09th 2019, 00:54:28 AM. Fireplace. By Laurence Schlicher.
Concrete, granite, steel, and distressed wood are just a few popular materials adopted for the nouveau fireplace, with each module selected to compliment the interior setting. Inlaid or attached, modern fireplaces can accommodate entertainment systems or punctuate works of art, further allowing them to blend with one`s home and sensibilities, rather than stand apart from them.
The bright red may seem difficult to fit into most design schemes, but this bright fireplace is surprisingly versatile. It boasts a classic shape and is perfect for a retro-inspired look. The long, bright exposed chimney creates a bold contrast with dark walls, making high ceilings look even more elongated. This type of fireplace is perfect for lounging in front of, reading a book or sipping a warm drink. Complement the style of this fireplace with Bauhaus-inspired furniture and a neutral palette for maximum style. Small touches in the same shade will tie a whole room together for a chic, coordinated look.
Both decorative and functional, cozy and statement-making, a fireplace is the heart of any home. And whether you like it or not, your fireplace is the focal point of any space that it occupies. For that reason, it`s important to give your fireplace the same attention that it attracts. The look of your fireplace can elevate–or downgrade–a space, so making it beautiful is key.
The long, narrow shape and sturdy steel construction of this modern design ensure that a maximum of heat radiates throughout the room. Its beautiful, long lines are the perfect addition to high ceilings, while the width of the hearth itself makes a room seem full of warmth and comfort. Dipping down into a sunken seating area, this fireplace creates an instantly inviting area for entertaining or lounging. Offset the stark black with quirky furnishings and pops of color for a unique, personal atmosphere.