Fireplace. Saturday , September 30th , 2017 - 15:05:19 PM
This modern living space integrates its fireplace into a wall divider that separates the lounge space from the kitchen and dining area. But that’s not the only interesting thing about it. Just look how beautiful the design is with all those cracks and organic forms.
One fireplace idea that goes against the tide is a beautiful incorporation of backwards thinking. Rather than do anything at all to the fireplace, you could create a similar stunning effect by focusing your efforts on the walls behind and surrounding the fireplace. A simple white fireplace surround, for example, looks awesome against a wood-planked wall.
In a living room filled (literally) with natural light and a bright wall color, darker marble tiles on the fireplace surround are stunning. The tiles’ reflective properties enhance the window lighting, and, despite the fact that the tiles are dark, they make the room feel even brighter.
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