1,949 Clark Stone Fireplace Mantel Shelf Home Design Photos

Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
64 Reviews
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
What kind of stone is on the wall? Where did you purchase it?
This stone was purchased at Bourget Brothers in Los Angeles. Here you go... ... Thank you for your interest. Charmean Neithart
Shelf w canvases; stone wall
Absolutely love this outdoor seating area and stone siding
i love the big swing windows and all tbr stone, what a awesome place to eat and chill with family
A wall like this either fireplace or such
Love the stone patio and ceiling
“Table contrasted with black weathered cabinet” — kferdi
Gregory Carmichael
1 Review
Wilderness Retreat
Love the chairs in front of fireplace
wood and stone I love it!
love the rock…fireplace and sitting area
I like the stone accent wall in bedroom
Stone in master with fireplace
by fireplace...stone and mantel...Stone wall...Shelf in fireplace...Stone n wood...stone and wood...Stone fireplace...stone walls...Fireplace Surround...bedroom fireplace
“Chairs” — lynnvosloo
Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
modern exterior architecture
Fireplace embedded in architectural stone element
Wood concrete stone combo doesn't look very good
Grey stone. Grey siding mixed with clear wood siding
Large windows, overhang and use of warm natural materials; nice outdoor fireplace
Chimney Breast (Use Stone)
Dick Clark + Associates
Light shelf...dick clark modern...Wood on fireplace
“Materials” — kiyomilynn5
Gala Venus
Lamon Luther
Wall (except white-wash) and light cultured stone. No fireplace surround.
Dad's guitar on a ledge shelf in T's office
The decor on the mantel is awesome, and
Wood and stone fireplace combo
Wall shelf decor ideas
treatment and fireplace
The brackets and shelf
stone fireplace surround
Wall behind fireplace
fireplace mantel...Fireplace Surround
“The brackets and shelf” — hamj26
Nguyen Architects, Inc.
5 Reviews
Smith Cabin
stone & mantel behind the wood stove
The shelf at the top of the tile.
with fireplace and door to screen porch and stairway
IKEA couches? Also fireplace backing
Like the stone behind the fireplace
One more fireplace idea.
The slate behind the fireplace
mock mantel wall...Fireplace idea...Rug and shelf above...wood wall/fireplace...wood stove stone...Stone fireplace...stone floor
“Stove placement” — pashofam
Summerour Architects
2 Reviews
Can you tell me how far it is from the fireplace to the screen? In other words, how deep the porch is?
Love the fireplace! What type of stone is this? Where is it from?
addition - screen porch with fireplace.
use grotto type rock, or compatible for patio wall. with rustic floor don't want too many difft stone types
Like the fireplace and the way the room is curved a round it
Porch on the other side of family room fireplace
“Exposed beams, rustic with some contemporary flair” — tturp
Terrat Elms Interior Design
7 Reviews
This Old House - Bedford
who is the manufacturer of fireplace?
The fireplace is original. The house was built in the 1700s.
brick wall, long rustic mantle over fireplace. for basement
What do you like about this photo?fireplace brick
use of old door in built-in shelf
leather stone sign oard
light under fireplace mantle
brick fireplace dining room
Rustic stone setting with brick
bricks ceiling and fireplace
brick fireplace surround
front of fireplace?...lights under mantel...big mantel...fireplace mantel...brick fireplace...Wooden Beam Mantel...Fireplace Surround
“Fauteuils” — halloula35
Sandvold Blanda Architecture + Interiors LLC
7 Reviews
Moorestown Residence
What kind of fireplace is that?
It is a masonry fireplace with a gas insert and glass doors. The heat is recirculated through the upper vents.
like the fireplace in the middle but have a pic of a different fireplace with vertical wood boards framed in steel above a concrete f/p
Placement of one item on shelf high above fireplace. color of couch and contrasting pillow.
white fireplace not bad - due to contrast with wood
another fireplace in the middle of the room
was left exposed to the elements for many years. There were no baths or enclosed rooms, and there was no kitchen — just a freestanding fireplace. Today, the fireplace defines the living and dining areas. Blanda and his team whitewashed the surfaces and cut new openings into the exterior walls to allow
“fireplace” — henriettevdb
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