255,821 fireplace with television Home Design Photos

Dungan Nequette Architects
5 Reviews
Day Residence Interiors
Ideabooks6,506
Questions9
What type of stone has been used for the fireplace?
Do you know diminsions of the fireplace?
Please tell me the dimensions of the room plus the fireplace. We are trying to decide whether to build or do a major renovation of our mid-century ranch
Focal point. Identify the room’s focal point — a fireplace, view, television etc.— and
room’s focal point — a fireplace, view, television etc.— and orient the furniture accordingly. If you plan to watch television in the room, the ideal distance
Focal point. Identify the room’s focal point — a fireplace, view, television etc.— and orient
room’s focal point — a fireplace, view, television etc.— and orient the furniture accordingly. If you plan to watch television in the room, the ideal distance
“Love the warmth and simplicity of this room.” — Barbara Black
Ziger/Snead Architects
Woodvalley House - Interiors
Ideabooks13,718
Questions13
How can the TV be so close to the fireplace? Even if this mantle is non-combustible, doesn't
what is the make of the fireplace, where can it be purchased?
something to separate the TV from the fireplace because I am worried that the tv will get too much heat from fireplace
who makes the fireplace and how high is it and the tv mounted from the floor?
deflection properties of the mantle - if it sticks out far enough over the fireplace it may keep enough heat at bay that it makes it ok to place the TV close
Gas fireplaces don't require a hearth as there are no embers popping out.
Shows fire and extending the wood hearth longer under the television .
5. Matched in scale. This fireplace and television, one on top of the other, make for a stunning lesson in scale.
“master bedroom” — maudemac
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Rocky River Living
Ideabooks18,596
Questions10
I have a stone fireplace that's beautiful but no mantel ; it's also a curved shape
what is the manufacturer and colour of the stone on the fireplace?
We have just tore down our fireplace to accommodate a 16ft depth addition. Our room is 17' wide with a vaulted
vaulted ceiling. We love this look but our TV is 52" and our fireplace is a 42" I believe...we are trying to determine if we can make this fit. Also, is there
Were did you get the fireplace brick? and what color?
combining a fireplace and television on the same wall. The extra texture actually makes the components subtler; the eye skims over the TV and fireplace, instead
You can use texture when combining a fireplace and television on the same
“Our couch” — Candace Hargett Stephenson
Echelon Custom Homes
11 Reviews
Modern Living
Ideabooks8,017
Questions8
What brand is the fireplace, where can it be purchased? Love it. Thanks in advance
What type of tile or stone is on the fireplace? It looks fantasic
prefer to see — the fireplace or the television?
Corner layout fireplace and TV, connected design theme
like how the fireplace is done and would suit our lounge
2. Separating the television and fireplace within the same space is
living room. What would you and your guests prefer to see — the fireplace or the television?
2. Separate. Separating the television and fireplace within the same space is difficult to get right, but it's done masterfully here. The wood paneling
living room. What would you and your guests prefer to see — the fireplace or the television?
What is the brand of fireplace?
“Fireplace & wood wall” — debisue
Traditional Living Room
Ideabooks7,568
Questions10
How do you suppose they hid all those TV wires in this stone front fireplace? I have all brick but it's a similar issue.
Spacing between fireplace, mantel shelf, and TV?
The size: of the fireplace and television together
No matter if your manly space is classic or new school, a television will likely be the focal point. Wall-mounting your flatscreen takes a little more
space and you may think, “Oh, what beautiful paneling surrounding the fireplace ...”
the first place. This paneling on the whole wall on both sides of the fireplace looks like a normal wall treatment in an upscale home.
“Mantle not wide enough?” — Lucia Wilke
HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
6 Reviews
Pietrangelo Residence
Ideabooks4,836
Questions5
What is the tile on the fireplace?
Fireplace tile...Stone fireplace...corner fireplace layout...corner fireplace...Corner television unit...windows flaking corner fireplace...fireplace tile...fireplace mantel...TV above fireplace...fireplace w/tv and stone...Family room fireplace
“Arch” — plume_d
Crisp Architects
47 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks20,887
Questions20
Is this a prefab fireplace (metal box) with the stone work installed in an arch design to make it look like a custom masonry fireplace? I just can't see
I was wondering what the dimensions of the fireplace are from bottom of mantle to floor and
and from right to left. also how big is the fireplace insert?
What kind of Natural Stone is on the fireplace? Thanks
Do you have any more pics that show the detail of the top half of the fireplace and how it blends into the ceiling? Doing this in my living room with cove
upclose photos of this and I see that it actually is a zero clearance prefab fireplace with a track glass door installed on it. The stone covers up most of the
It is a full stone fireplace. The code requires glass doors which owners sometimes remove after final
“mantel with sliders” — mefm
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
44 Reviews
Gentleman's Pub
Ideabooks16,567
Questions18
when viewing tv above fireplace from about 1o feet away
How many inches is fireplace box into the room?
Where is the cable box/DVR? We want to put our tv on the fireplace, and I want a nice look without the box on the mantle. is the box behind
Just bought a home with a brick material around the fireplace and we are interested in putting a LCD up like this...what did you use/how did you mount
check out the Heath House stores, they are the distributors for Regency fireplaces in Western Australia - ...
cobblestone fireplace / wood beam mantle
is actually a door. Creating the same panel design on both sides of the fireplace balances the space, regardless of whether the left side opens as a door
TV on brick wall or fireplace
“Fireplace mantle TV placement” — Larry Lovig
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