Fireplace. Saturday , September 30th , 2017 - 14:50:39 PM
We’ve all seen fireplaces in which the mantel face is stone from floor to ceiling; however, consider this stunning impact when the stone is laid floor to ceiling, end to end on the entire wall. The fireplace wall is immediately and entirely the focus of this space, and no other art or décor is even needed.
Symmetry certainly has its place of honor in design, but when symmetry is expected or predictable, it’s a good time to consider the use of a-symmetry. A tall, branchy vase looks well on one side of the mantel while a short, solid creation holds its own weight on the other. A simply framed square mirror serves as a lovely non-partisan connector.
The fact that the fireplace was in this case matched to the cabinetry and shelves on either side of it helps it blend in more naturally. The gray tone featured by the stones is a lovely neutral which highlights the texture of the material and contrasts with the TV and the warm tones used throughout the room.
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