In a discussion board I frequent typically, I got here across several great questions about fireplaces. A wall of sensuously textured tile sets the stage for the stunning fire on this colorful fashionable home. Gone are the drab wall and white brick; in their place, a stone-veneer surround and black wall add plenty of drama, and a three-dimensional art piece adds the completion.
Not like a gasoline hearth, which can be switched off, the one approach to depart a wood fire is closed off with glass doors. I’m a big fan of deep coloration, so I love how he painted the dry wall to showcase the hearth. Teak wooden squares utilized in a basket-weave sample add intrigue to this hearth design by Lori Dennis and SoCalContractor.
A limestone fireplace and rustic wood mantel complete the transformation. The brick encompass was painted Benjamin Moore’s Douglas Fir to enhance the room’s Spring Moss partitions, and gorgeous paintings by artist Erin E Sorensen depict the householders’ view of the close by San Francisco Bay.
Sandra’s house was built in 1980 and had this tall brick hearth that she always disliked. The hearth’s type enhances the remainder of the space, which incorporates uncovered picket ceiling rafters and rustic doorways and shelves. Contemporary white paint and a new tile fireside refreshed the hearth on this lounge’s makeover.
Iridescent glass tiles in cool fashionable shades add punch to a neutral space. David made a stupendous deco-model mantel out of maple and Mary and David tiled the fireside in a nice large slate. We additionally design and manufacture our fireside and fireside merchandise. For these with lava rock or stone, you may need to first connect cement backerboard and then merely apply your Thinset as you normally would and set your tiles.