213,688 Period fireplace Home Design Photos

Taste Design Inc
6 Reviews
A NEW PROJECT! Classic Seaside Shingle Style
Ideabooks1,570
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two chairs in front of window fireplace everything
Fireplace and bookcases
Fireplace & cabinetry
Fireplace, bookshelf & bench seating
woodwork and fireplace mantle
if we redo our fireplace....
Bench next to fireplace
Fireplace/bookshelf/bench layout. Different depths.
above fireplace for tv
an unexpected amethyst color and a chevron pattern freshen things up.Built-in bookshelves and benches flank the fireplace. A coffered ceiling was also typical of the period. The fireplace surround and hearth are honed travertine.
“like fireplace trim” — pam581955
Adventures In Living
Middle Wharf
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Large Fireplace (not style of fireplace) Light shing through window Small feature chair infront of window
DON’T strip out period featuresFireplaces, sash windows, dado rails, ceiling roses – if you’ve got them, keep them! Many buyers have period properties with character right at the top of their wish list, so tearing out original features is a sure-fire way to knock zeros off your asking price.
“The placement of TV” — rs61
Stuart Nordin Design
3 Reviews
Old Town Residence
Ideabooks338
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Chairs one either side of fireplace
Lovely period Fireplace
Fireplace picture...fireplace detail
“Style” — rifehouse
Paul D'Amico - Period Design
Victorian House Renovation - Built 1896
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housing the newly crafted bookshelves. These were expressed as a period feature installed on either side of the Original Victorian fireplace. The ceiling was taken down and redone. To achieve a period interior look, the following period features were installed - new fibrous plaster cornices and rosa
rosa, two reclaimed cast iron radiators with crane valves. The fireplace was re-opened and a Thomas Jeckyll grate, circa 1875, installed by a hetas engineer, framed with a 1926 double barley twist oak mantelpiece and the hearth tiled with Olde English geometric tiles laid in diamond pattern. The mantelpiece
Note how the built-in shelves flanking the fireplace don't run all the way to the ceiling, but are pleasingly trimmed, balanced off the over-mantle's placement.
“Mantle” — sueb84
Paul D'Amico - Period Design
Victorian House Renovation - Built 1896
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has increased the sense of spaciousness leaving the centre floorspace clear. The period armchairs, the oriental rug and the victorian fireplace are original period features matching newly crafted ones to create a a period living room.
Paul D'Amico - Period Design
period features...period fireplace...victorian fireplace
“Fireplace” — benwelchman
Paul D'Amico - Period Design
Victorian House Renovation - Built 1896
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£1140 Hetas engineer installation £660 Mantelpiece & installation £500 Geometric tiles & laying £280 Total £2580 / $3895 (£1=$1.51) In this photo, a fireplace has been created with a Thomas Jeckyll grate, circa 1875, Maw&Co tiles. A double barley twist oak mantelpiece from 1926 and the hearth tiled with
“fireplace” — homecrackpot
Cummings Architects
11 Reviews
Lummus House
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the comfort and convenience of modern amenities. We were even able to uncover and restore much of the original fabric of the house (the chimney, fireplaces, paneling, trim, doors, hinges, etc.), which had been hidden for years under a renovation dating back to 1746. Winner, 2012 Mary P. Conley Award
The historic restoration of this First Period Ipswich, Massachusetts home (c. 1686) was an eighteen-month project that combined exterior and interior architectural work to preserve and revitalize this beautiful home. Structurally, work included restoring the summer beam, straightening the timber frame
Award for historic home restoration and preservation You can read more about this restoration in the Boston Globe article by Regina Cole, “A First Period home gets a second life.” http://www.bostonglobe.com/magazine/2013/10/26/couple-rebuild-their-century-home-ipswich/r2yXE5yiKWYcamoFGmKVyL/story.html
“Fireplace” — malissajohnson
Paul D'Amico - Period Design
Victorian House Renovation - Built 1896
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£1140 Hetas engineer installation £660 Mantelpiece & installation £500 Geometric tiles & laying £280 Total £2580 / $3895 (£1=$1.51) In this photo, a fireplace has been created with a Thomas Jeckyll grate, circa 1875, Maw&Co tiles. A double barley twist oak mantelpiece from 1926 and the hearth tiled with
“Victorian fireplace - tile” — sassafras1
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