40 Soapstone and antique brick masonry heat Home Design Photos

Impact Remodeling and Construction
Capitol Hill Master Suite
who makes the towel rack? Is it heated?
What did you finish the brick with? I assume it is waterproof/resistant?
is this real brick or brick tile
It's real brick with a sealant on it.
We just used a typical masonry sealer from Sherwin Williams (Loxon) with a satin finish. Clear-coat M\masonry sealers are water repellant, but are not
The brick wall and that beautiful mirror!
antique Mirror I have one I can use sink chest for storage and room for personal
the finish on the brick red color
Love the brick wall and the natural light
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I really like the brick wall
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“LOVE the feminine/whimsical mirror against masculine/linear brick wall” — kwallace717
Fotograf Lisbet Spörndly
Cat's house
I don't like the usual wood-burning stoves (short and black with a faux-antique thing going on) but this I love!
search online with those words. There are companies like Tulikivi that make more modern versions of these, their more commonly seen models coated in soapstone, but you can get ones coated in tiles of your choice of colour, too. In Scandinavia, you can expect to pay maybe €6,000 for the installation, in the
This kind of stove can be built many different ways. They are very heavy and can accumulate heate for up to 12 hours. It depends on the load of wood. Modern stove have glass door, that you can watch the flame. There are many handy stove uilders in Europe. Germany, Austria, Scandinavia and also Czech
“over all look” — jennwash
Shannon Ggem ASID
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uptown country kitchen photo: Mike P Kelley
Kelley / mpkelley.com Fir tongue and groove ceiling Vintage pendant light Heartland Legacy Range Beveled mirror subway tile by Jockimo Brazilian Soapstone countertop, unoiled Rubber floor tile in leather finish Custom crown and casings
Does anyone know how to cut beveled antique mirror tiles?
Will the heat from the stove/oven cause the mirror tiles to crack?
Sure, thanks for the inquiry. It's 3cm Brazilian Soapstone.
It will not, this product (from Jockimo) is built to handle heat. Good luck!
got so lucky and found a cafeteria tray from the building itself from when it was a department store for the cats to use. Even cats should collect antiques. I'll post that photo in a new answer. Meeting my client's pets is one of my FAVORITE parts of this wonderful career.
“hood/backsplash” — bonitahs
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The masonry in this home is Harlowton stone. This can be found throughout the Rocky Mountain region.
We sourced that with a local antique dealer who specializes in Native American artifacts.
We used antique iron cookie sheets to line the interior surfaces at the range wall for easy cleaning. There is a typical exhaust fan within the range hood, you just don't see it due to the masonry design.
(and throughout this home) is Harlowton Stone. It was set with masonry mortar that is a natural grey color and you really don't see from the face of the stone. Good luck with your project!
Wide plank Oak that has a distressed / antique finish.
Yep. The dark countertop is soapstone! Love the warmth in this kitchen!
“Design” — nathly3
Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B
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Sage Green Inset Door Kitchen
Why would you put a wine rack where the heat is the highest?
The brick look tile iss a stained and antiqued glazed terra cotta from Ticsa America and the decorative border is a custom handpainted tile from Solar Antique Tiles.
requested. The wine rack was more of an occasional use item. It also kept it out of reach of the young children. This area is less heat than locating a wine rack next to a heat producing appliance. Hope that helps to understand the design intent of the space.
for scratching. It is the Kallista fireclay undermount sink in Slate Black. I have also used natural stone sinks - carrara, travertine noce and soapstone. The stones are durable and "patina" over time with wear. The darker colors like the Travertine Noce are more forgiving against staining than the
“Like plate idea and cupboard by sink for mixer” — Sarah Shafia
David Howell Design
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Mexico House
Could you please tell me the about the "brick" looking treatment on the ceiling. Is it a "Brick Veener"? Where can I purchase it.
Are the countertops made of soapstone? They look great!
It was purchased in an antique store in San Miguel de Allende / dh
Very quirky and fun. Love the green tile and brick ceiling.
Soapstone, bright colorful tile and brick, all rolled into one beautiful kitchen. This is a kitchen that will inspire some bold
Tile countertops deliver top-notch durability at bargain prices. Also, this is the one countertop with some DIY potential. Tile can stand up to both heat and knives, though a cutting board is recommended — not to protect the tile but to protect your knives from this unyielding surface.Disadvantages: Cleaning
“Windows & breakfast table” — jingle28
Wettling Architects
6 Reviews
Shelter Island Beach House
The floors are a reclaimed antique chestnut.
Antique style Chinese chair adds a nice touch of class to beach house living room
love this stone fireplace with chevron brick pattern
outside Boston but worked on his studies of the nature of heat in England (with a side trip to Bavaria). He first thought that light-colored bricks would radiate more heat into the room, the way white surfaces reflect light. People even painted the brick in their fireplace white in hopes of achieving the effect
effect. In time it was proven that the color of the firebox did not make a difference in how much heat is thrown into the room.
“Simplicity” — ddaphne
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Woodinville Retreat
adjacent to this space. Stone supplier: Marenakos stoneyard in Monroe, WA. Builder: Robert Egge Construction Photo: Matt Edington Masonry: Kelly Blanchard Masonry
I am re-doing my fireplace. I am using cream quartize and I was going to go with quartz for the top of the hearth, can't do because of the heat from the gas insert. The deisgner recommend marble, I was going to go with just the top but she suggested the whole hearth. Is that common....?
Concrete paint color ideas to go with espresso antique look bedroom fu
the rest of the home). His subs are outstanding and attention to detail unparalleled. The dry-stacked stone fireplace was created by Kelly Blanchard Masonry (Kirkland).
Could you please estimate coat of materials for this two story brick fireplace? Thanks.
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