Fireplace. Saturday , September 30th , 2017 - 14:53:37 PM
When a fireplace itself is subtle in its color palette, such as this one painted white to match the walls of the living room, the smallest bit of color will stand out dramatically. Center a smallish object of whatever color you’d like on your mantel; if you’re lucky, some architectural feature will help to emphasize the object, but if not, that’s okay, too. The effect is minimalist and chic.
Your mantel really can be as simple as can be while still looking sophisticated and stylish, as this elegant cream living room evidences. Notice that the décor has characteristics that are directly opposite the mantel itself – the mantel is chunky and rustic, the décor is gilded and refined. The combination works beautifully because both are of muted tones within the room’s color palette.
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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