Mady Fischer. Fireplace. September 30th , 2017.
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.
What does “stunning” mean to you? The actual definition of stunning is: “extremely impressive or attractive.” What a perfect description to aim for with a focal point in your home décor, don’t you think? Particularly as the weather begins to cool off for many of us around the globe, as we approach Fall and Winter seasons, our fireplaces might begin to see a little more use. If we’re going to use them, why not make them as beautiful as they are functional?
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.
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