Fireplace. Saturday , January 20th , 2018 - 23:48:26 PM
The late Victorian age brought a mixture of styles. In direct contrast to the Georgian, Elizabethan and Jacobean periods, the Victorian era avoided sameness and had a richness that appealed to all. It was customary to decorate mantels with plush velvet pelmets; over-mantels had many shelves and brackets and sometimes the whole mantelpiece was backed with a mirror - plate glass became fashionable around this time. The late Victorians particularly loved Jacobean architecture, with its rich profusion of Renaissance and medieval motifs.
The degree of decoration on a Victorian fireplace mantel revealed social class and the social importance of a room. In working-class houses the fireplace was plain, but the over-mantle was very ornamental and made of wood, which was stained or painted. The industrious middle classes were able to mass-produce designs that would have only been previously available to the wealthy, and thus they had impressive fireplaces in the drawing and dining rooms - fireplaces presented in other rooms too, such as bedrooms, but these were on a much smaller scale. The wealthy were lucky enough to be able to choose any decorated designs that appealed to them.
To create a real and beautiful rock fireplace design, homeowners are free to use the round ones. Being a hard and fire-resistant material, having this type of heating structure means your family and your home will be safe from fire hazards. But the downside is that this can be quite expensive to make because you may need to source the material from other areas or countries which will require a high shipping cost. If you‘re conscious of your budget, an alternative for you is to use the veneer or the flat and lightweight rock material. This is cheaper and easy to work with hence, you are assured of a finished rock fireplace of your dreams in just a day or two.
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