Marleena Schneider. Fireplace. September 30th , 2017.
Push the envelope a bit with how you choose to lay the tile on your fireplace wall. Long, slim tiles laid vertically, like a waterfall, draw the eye upward and work beautifully with the concept of the fire’s flames. We love the juxtaposition of water and fire in this concept.
Even if the seating area is not directly facing the fireplace, you can still place a bench or an armchair by its side just to get that cozy ambiance. This is a lovely example showing how a corner fireplace clad in stone can be integrated into a contemporary setting.
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.
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