Fireplace. Saturday , September 30th , 2017 - 14:58:44 PM
A safe choice would be to make the fireplace the center of attention. This works out great if the fireplace also doubles as a space divider. If you have an open floor plan which includes the living room, dining area and perhaps even the kitchen, you can use a stone fireplace to make all these areas feel inviting.
For the home with a chic retro feel or a mid-century modern vibe, this fireplace idea is perfect! Using cinder block-type materials, installed vertically at various depths with intermittent glass tiles, a freestanding fireplace is fantastically emphasized. Works well here flanked by two large windows, to keep the space feeling fresh and intentional.
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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