Fireplace. Saturday , September 30th , 2017 - 14:53:21 PM
While it’s not a strategy that alters the actual fireplace, this decorating idea is one that makes sense in nearly any fireplace setting. A large, chunky mirror hung directly above the fireplace provides a vertically balancing force to the lower visual weight that is the fireplace itself. It lightens and brightens the overall look particularly when the fireplace insert is black in a light room.
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.
Corner fireplaces are pretty interesting. They make use of a space that often remains empty but at the same time they force the layout to be a little bit different than usual. More specifically, the seating area has to be focused on that corner otherwise the fireplace would just feel like an extra element that takes up useful space.
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