Andrew Diesel. Design. March 23rd , 2017.
It is very usual thing when a living space located in the four season country or cold area utilizes the furnace with stone fireplace design in it. In the past time, a fireplace is seized for practical purposes, such as cooking, heating, or heating water for the necessities of domestic uses. However, today the furnace becomes of luxury sign of a house in purpose to create the relaxing ambiance for the habitants inside. Some design has been available for you depend on your taste and need.
The stacked stone fireplace design becomes the most favorite selection for today. The fire box itself is covered with the wooden panel made of solid planks to impress the neat look. Commonly, this panel is connected with the room cabinet and TV unit set to avoid the wasteful space using. It is different with the next fireplace design that attached to the concrete wall. It is intended to create the balance look of the furnace and its entire cover. If you want to apply this idea, please use the glass shade to avoid the ashes fly everywhere.
Do you ever think to utilize the faux stone as your fire pit shade? This sophisticated room decor will be perfect to make your fire place looks more stylish. You can combine this stone with the hardwood panel which is varnished with light brown tone. Make sure that your shade panel is fit enough to place the chimney along with the damper and throat. You should clean the fire box everyday so the cinder will not clog the furnace filter.
Look at this fire place design! It is stacked to the lime stone cover that fulfills the overall wall side. It is lack of heart but still look fancy. Please find more the modern stacked stone fireplace pictures here which will amaze you a lot!
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