Fireplace. Saturday , September 30th , 2017 - 14:37:32 PM
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.
If your fireplace isn’t of the type that’s used often (or ever), or if you don’t intend on using it, you can still make this desirable feature a benefit to your overall décor rather than a drawback. Beautiful chunky white candles on coordinating candlesticks, for example, give a nod to the concept of “firelight” while being framed out nicely by the fireplace surround itself.
In a gorgeously unexpected twist on fireplace mantel décor, this refined living area offers plenty of white space for visitors to mentally fill. A few pieces keep the above-fireplace space warm and inviting, while traditional “mantel-filler” items such as a large piece of art or an oversized mirror are intentionally omitted. This low-profile, simplified approach is as refreshing and lovely as that white back-painted glass it showcases.
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