58,638 Gas Log Home Design Photos

Resort Custom Homes
3 Reviews
Palmetto Bluff Cottages
Ideabooks8,990
Questions11
Is the fireplace vented or ventless? Where did you source the logs from?
Isokern fire box which can burn wood or have a gas log set. This home has a 24" Texas bonfire gas log set.
front of Resort Custom Homes, those are vented gas logs by Golden Blount, likely in a masonry woodburning fireplace. Specifically, it think it is one of the Texas Bonfire sets: http://www.goldenblountinc.com/products/vented.texasbonfirecharred.html The log set shown below is the Texas Stack, also by Golden
Vented gas log. This typically costs between $500 and $1,000, which is less than a fireplace insert. Because you must leave the damper open at all times with vented gas logs, your home can lose a lot of heat — even more than with a wood-burning fireplace. To remedy the heat-loss issue, you can have airtight
“fireplace” — sidbforever
WA design
8 Reviews
Stinson Beach House
Ideabooks2,885
Questions6
that could have glass doors ) that we added a gas insert into.
Is there a benefit to actually building a traditional fireplace and installing a gas insert or did you already have the fireplace built and then decided to go with gas? Also, it looks as if you do not have A glass
glass enclosure. I always thought that was a requirement with gas fireplaces ? Thanks for any information !!
Rumsford fireplace modified wood burning by adding a gas log set by WA Design in Berkeley CA.
rocks used to store heat with gas fireplace
Modified Rumford for gas logs. Note rocks in FP
rumford fireplace gas log set added to wood fireplace
like this design with gas log and STONES IN THE FIREPLACE
This is a Rumford style fireplace for gas. This style is more efficient and radiates heat better into the room.
“asymmetrical mantle” — Schneider Company
California Home + Design
Living Room with Beautiful Fireplace
Ideabooks5,160
Questions11
Is this a real fireplace or gas?
wood-burning fireplaces or gas logs without airtight doors. Bottom line: A gas fireplace insert can provide efficient warmth and ambience without the health or environmental concerns associated with wood burning, but at a higher initial cost than other options.
typically costs between $2,000 and $5,000, including professional installation. Because gas fireplace inserts function as heaters, they give off significantly more warmth than wood-burning fireplaces and vented gas logs; you can choose a model with adjustable flames so you can control the amount of warmth
Clean and simple gas f/p insert
Gas fireplace insert. This is essentially a complete fireplace installed within the firebox of
“Thin mantel?” — jeanweic
Paul Moon Design
4 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks120K
Questions86
the fireplace in the photo is one of Town & Country's clean face, flush hearth, direct vent gas fireplaces with the Park Avenue herringbone firebrick panels. Although Town & Country was the first to make a gas fireplace look this good, there are a lot of other choices these days for similar fireplaces
Safety note: Avoid unvented gas logs. Unvented gas logs are not recommended, because they release air from the fireplace back into the room with no exterior ventilation, potentially causing serious health problems, and they are banned in many areas. Even though gas fireplaces do not produce smoke
“Living room with fireplace, tv and library on same wall” — lisedavid
Fine Decks Inc
22 Reviews
favorites
Ideabooks1,114
Questions1
Is this a gas fire pit and if so can you toast marshmallows over gas? Thanks
This is a gas fire pit. I would google a little to find out if it is safe to do so. Thanks
Native Stone - use WOOD or GAS
Fire pit idea Need to have a gas line run down to it
Gas logs--looks real
Gas Firepit...gas logs...gas log firepit
“Pool deck chairs” — Rich McKee
modern house architects
4 Reviews
Family Room
Ideabooks7,377
Questions12
need corner fireplace like this but would like to use gas logs but open hearth
unused as the previous owners put in an ugly gas insert that is innefective. I would like to modernize but want efficiency and love the look of the corner two sided fireplaces. Is there any way to customize to get the modern look and effective less messy gas heat by using the existing chimney as a vent
burning fireplace with what appear to be Rasmussen gas logs ( http://www.rasmussen.biz/logs/vented.html ).
The gas logs in the fireplace above are made by Rasmussen. You can check them out here: http://www.rasmussen.biz/logs/vented.html If you want an "open hearth" like
like shown above, the most logical thing to do is to build a woodburning fireplace and add gas logs. There is a little bit of a trick to supporting the weight from above without a corner post, but there are ways to do it. If the project is for an existing house, there are also ways to create a lightweight
“corner fireplace” — torreyhager09
Parker Studios
1 Review
Bankhead
Ideabooks276
Questions1
30. Desired look for basement family room fireplace (gas logs – not wood) and TV area built in cabinetry. Design for flat screen TV on right side. Note wood trim details, book/display shelves - - desire some
30. Desired look for basement family room fireplace (gas logs – not wood) and TV area built in cabinetry. Design for largest flat screen TV on right side. Note wood trim details, book/display shelves - - desire
“family room” — asan
COASTROAD Hearth & Patio
4 Reviews
Concrete & glass fireplace
Ideabooks2,133
Questions2
GLASS ON BOTTOM OF GAS FIREPLACE
Gas fireplaces: For gas fireplaces with a standing pilot light (one that's on all the time), make sure your pilot is serviced regularly. Fireplaces with no pilot light
like the look of the actual gas fireplace - not neccessarily surround
Like the fireplace itself (interior tile and broken glass base - no fake logs)
Gas fireplaces: For gas fireplaces with a standing pilot light (one that's on all the time), make sure your pilot is serviced regularly. Fireplaces with no pilot light, or that are on only while something is burning, can be serviced less often. "All unvented gas fireplaces and gas logs built in the last
from becoming more sensitive and causing annoying shutdowns." A can of compressed air can be used to clean out the pilot orifice (the opening where the gas comes out). If your system is 5 or more years old, you may need to call a specialist.
“Clarity” — smileycindy
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