Fireplace. Saturday , September 30th , 2017 - 15:06:01 PM
Of course, stone makes an excellent fireplace surround, but you can really raise the bar on your own fireplace appeal by laying the stone in a creative way. This stone seems to move across the fireplace face by wave – a fabulous elemental contrast to the fire itself. Absolutely stunning.
A single solitary mirror is a perfectly acceptable, nay, a beautiful and satisfying, way to decorate simply above a fireplace. Keeping the mirror unframed completely or with a narrow frame will help the look to feel as naturally fresh and simple as it can be. The addition of a large-leafed plant and/or some rocks are an option for those who just can’t feel like a single mirror could ever be enough (even though it could be and is).
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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