Fireplace. Sunday , January 21st , 2018 - 23:05:29 PM
Fireplace design ideas are plentiful. A fireplace can really make the room, so careful planning and consideration are important. Having a typical or traditional fireplace is not as suitable as one might think now days. Once that plain old style fireplace is in your home, you might begin doubting your decorating ability. You should take some time to ponder the idea of designing a very nice and complimenting fireplace. It will become a centralized area of interest for your guests as well as your family members. You will most likely want your fireplace to become a great conversation piece, or maybe it can become the one thing that wraps up the look of the whole room!
The Victorian era was often referred to as The Battle of the Styles, due to the popularity of the many decorative designs from previous eras. Depending on a family‘s status, the Victorian fireplace mantel was made from slate, marble, wood or stone. The early and mid-Victorian period preferred the Gothic and Elizabethan styles: the Gothic was associated with the true Christian principles of morality, honesty and purity and the Elizabethan era invoked nostalgia for a chivalrous bygone age.
Take it outside: Nowadays, many homeowners express the desire to have an outdoor living area. Sometimes this comes in the form of a screened in patio, but other times it‘s a completely open design with outdoor tables, chairs, and so on. For those who like the great outdoors enough to want to experience it like this, it should go without saying that a campfire is something that they can enjoy.
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