Fireplace. Saturday , September 30th , 2017 - 14:45:11 PM
While it’s not a strategy that alters the actual fireplace, this decorating idea is one that makes sense in nearly any fireplace setting. A large, chunky mirror hung directly above the fireplace provides a vertically balancing force to the lower visual weight that is the fireplace itself. It lightens and brightens the overall look particularly when the fireplace insert is black in a light room.
Flanked between two stand-out dark wood shelving units, the vertical space on this fireplace wall has been used nicely. A low, horizontal fireplace design is a perfect complement to the existing design here, providing balance and visual appeal at each level.
It’s close to impossible to go wrong with a stone fireplace if the goal is to make a space feel cozy or to give it a rustic look. Stacked stone fireplaces allows us to bring comfort and cozyness into decors and spaces that would otherwise feel bland. It might not seem like a very powerful interior design feature but is and it will always be. But how do you integrate a stone fireplace into a modern décor and how do you decorate around it?
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