Published at Tuesday, September 24th 2019, 15:26:38 PM by Laurence Schlicher. Fireplace. One of the benefits of a gas-burning fireplace is that they produce smokeless flames while preserving a clean look. This linear design is a great example of modern fireplace ideas, as it can be implemented in your home in a variety of ways. Instead of a wall separating the master bedroom from the bath, imagine a wall of gentle flames, their glow enhancing a soft white interior. This design would work equally well separating a living room from an enclosed patio, offering light and warmth when the temperature dips at night. The beauty of this subtle fireplace is that it can be customized to suit every need while lending charm to its surroundings.
Published at Tuesday, September 24th 2019, 15:39:59 PM by Laurence Schlicher. Fireplace. Simply put, stone fireplaces consist of either manufactured or natural materials. This surround renovation by the duo behind Chris loves Julia incorporates the latter. The stacked stone ledgers are strips of dark, charcoal marble glued to interlocking panels for easy installation. For drama, the fireplace goes up to the ceiling. As a result, the stunning stonework draws the eyes upward making the average sized room feel ginormous and airy. Capping off the remodel is the live-edge wood mantel that beautifully complements the textured marble.
Published at Tuesday, September 24th 2019, 13:31:37 PM by Laurence Schlicher. Fireplace. Shake things up at home by painting an old, red brick fireplace a bold and unexpected shade. Jennifer, the crafty do-it-yourselfer behind The Suburb Experiment, pulled off the look of Staffordshire brick, which is a gorgeous shade of blue, using paint. The trick behind this project is using paint to tint the bricks instead of thickly covering them with flat color. To do the blogger combined one part blue paint and one part white paint with around four parts of water. Then she applied the homemade color wash to each brick using a brush. Then, before the paint dried, she wiped off the excess color using a clean, dry rag.
Published at Wednesday, September 25th 2019, 20:29:10 PM. By Laurence Schlicher. Choosing a fireplace that doubles as a geometric work of modern art is a surefire way to make a statement. With a bold aesthetic that looks more like it belongs in a museum, this modern fireplace absolutely does not fade into the background. The corner placement is a unique design element, making use of a space that generally isn`t the focal point of a room. With a large, comfortable chair and sleekly modern home decor, you can create a gorgeous reading nook or workspace anyone would be proud to have in their home.
Published at Wednesday, September 25th 2019, 19:35:47 PM. By Laurence Schlicher. No one would ever guess that your fireplace is builder grade with this clever DIY by Amanda Hervey, one of the three bloggers who writes for Our Storied Home. She used colorful Bali Turtle Pebble Tile in soothing blue and green shades to transform a beige hearth into an ocean-inspired fire surround. It took roughly eight, 12- inch sheets of the pebble mosaic tile to complete her project. Hervey suggests you can use leftover tiles to makeover other objects in your home like an old terra-cotta planter.
Published at Wednesday, September 25th 2019, 18:43:38 PM. By Laurence Schlicher. This square, blocky design feels almost like a blank canvas. With its neutral color palette and straight lines, it`s easy to think of this fireplace as too plain, but a closer look reveals subtle details that complement any modern home. For instance, the curved stone of the façade softens the hard edges and gently radiates heat throughout a room. The small hearth in front evokes memories of sitting a bit too close to the fire with a warm drink on cold nights. It can set the stage for a large, show-stopping piece of art or holiday-specific decorations. The simplicity and functionality of this fireplace are ultimately its greatest features, and it will figure beautifully and seamlessly into just about any home.
Published at Wednesday, September 25th 2019, 17:04:56 PM. By Laurence Schlicher. Light it on fire, use it to decorate or do both, because wood is HOT this year! Advancements in combustion engineering technology have transformed the environmental efficiency of wood burning fireplaces. Modern wood burning fireplaces burn wood longer and more completely, which means owners of modern wood fireplaces spend less money on fuel, less time stoking the fire, and less time cleaning the ash drawer.
Published at Wednesday, September 25th 2019, 17:03:02 PM. By Laurence Schlicher. The beauty of these fireplace design ideas is that you can find one or more as inspiration. Then, combine the elements that appeal to create your own look. You can keep the changes to the mantle and below or go as far as the ceiling. The decision is yours.
Published at Wednesday, September 25th 2019, 16:49:13 PM. By Laurence Schlicher. Winter may have come and gone (we`re not sad about it, either), but that doesn`t mean your fireplace is going anywhere. So we gathered up forty five easy fireplace ideas that will make yours look timeless and stylish no matter what time of year it is. From detailed stonework to over-the-top marble and modern mantles, these fireplaces will make any living space interior design goals regardless of whether or not it`s snowing outside.
Published at Wednesday, September 25th 2019, 15:44:22 PM. By Laurence Schlicher. Talk about having presence! The combination of heavy dark wood and delicate glass create an intriguing atmosphere, making your home feel comfortable and ultra-modern at the same time. The unique shape of this modern fireplace provides storage for your fuel while also evoking a piece of modern art. The elevation of the fire itself makes cleaning much easier than the standard hands-and-knees affair, while your extra wood is beautifully displayed and within reach. It goes perfectly with minimalistic furniture and natural wood floors, while small pops of color and whimsical home decor keep this fireplace from seeming too austere.