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Fabulously Minimalist Fireplaces – Never remember the wintry weather and get cozy! We’re big fans of sleek and chic, modern design. But just Because a space is modern does not mean it can not be warm and inviting.
That eight rooms are grounded by a exceptional fireplace design. A fireplace adds warmth to a space and creates an ideal place for gathering and entertaining. Plus, it acts as a focal point for the room. Create comfortable seating areas face That the fireplace to the make the most of the room. Most of these decoration are custom, but many of the inspiration can be easily modify for any home, at any price point.
Living room here gets added drama with a white back-painted glass mantel and fireplace nearby that replaces a traditional paneled fireplace. The glass-and-metal coat is kept sleek thanks to minimal ornament. The key here is to vary the height of the ornament to keep the eye moving along the space.
Do Work with what you have. This space was designed by the incredible Antonio Martins as a part of a remodeled. A gray and purple color decoration and bold but sleek design components, Such as the large concrete fireplace, make this room elegant and enjoy. The fireplace also serves as a room divider.
To get the look for less in your home, try covering a large, inexpensive canvas in a bold textile to mimic the pricey print seen here. Keep the other simple accessories.
This statement-making fireplace was custom designed and fabricated by Concretework’s Mark Rogero. The steel-and-concrete fireplace reflects light from the 36 Bocci pendants hanging in the neighboring dining room, and the flickering glow from the fire provides warm illumination.
Let the fireplace create ambiance. Install inexpensive dimmers to overhead lights. When the fire is lit, dim the lights to let the room glow.
his space was a collaboration Between California designer Erin Martin and SB Architects. A large fireplace creates an inviting space to sit back and relax.
In case you select a large fireplace surround, That incorporate other pieces also have weight but are simple and can balance the attention-grabbing element.
We adore this home, designed by Berkeley, California, architect David Wilson. This custom fireplace, like so many of our favorites, was made by Concreteworks, a fabrication and design firm in Oakland, California. The Sensibility of the rustic hearth balances the more streamlined elements throughout the rest of the open living space.
In odd moments all you need to transform a space is a fresh coat of white paint. Designer Melissa Palazzo of the Newport Beach design firm is known for her stellar use of color. By painting the fireplace surround a bright white, she kept the space feeling bright and cheerful but not Overwhelming.