Published at Wednesday, September 11th 2019, 16:40:03 PM. Fireplace. By Laurence Schlicher.
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.
Today`s modern fireplaces not only keep your home basked in that long-savored firelight, but offer a convenience not readily enjoyed by our forefathers. With updated gas components, which allow one to flip a switch and instantly luxuriate in hearth ambience, rather than labor over logs and starter fluids, modern fireplaces also come in a range of designs that implement all your household values while maintaining the fireplace`s traditional place in the home.
And while many homes built during certain periods feature built-in fireplaces, they may require an update to keep with the times and one`s personal needs.
A fireplace should be cozy, so you might be inclined to stay away from a modern design for fear it`ll look too cold and stark—but that`s a serious misconception. Sure, it can definitely read that, and if that`s what you`re going for, more power to you, but you don`t have to sacrifice homey vibes in the name of clean lines. Let these fireplaces prove to you that modern is the move.