Fireplace. Saturday , September 30th , 2017 - 19:45:49 PM
One fireplace idea that goes against the tide is a beautiful incorporation of backwards thinking. Rather than do anything at all to the fireplace, you could create a similar stunning effect by focusing your efforts on the walls behind and surrounding the fireplace. A simple white fireplace surround, for example, looks awesome against a wood-planked wall.
Contemporary residences and apartments can often feel cold and less welcoming compared to rustic cabins and homes and one way to avoid that is by adding a stone fireplace to the mix. It doesn’t have to be a wood-burning fireplace and it doesn’t even have to be functional. That stacked stone wall section is enough to set the mood.
A fireplace that goes all the way up to the ceiling can look really dramatic especially in a space that has a high ceiling. The stacked stones each with its own unique color tone and texture will become the center of attention so it would be a nice idea to keep the rest of the décor simple and neutral.
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