A grey-and-purple color scheme and bold-but-sleek design elements—such as the large fireplace—make this room elegant and comfortable. Fireplace: Spark Fires; Fireplace surround: Concreteworks Studio, Oakland. Architect: Matthew Mosey; Photo By: Mariko Reed by California Home + Design
A gray and purple color scheme and bold but sleek design elements, such as the large concrete fireplace, make this room elegant and comfortable. The fireplace also serves as a room divider. Fireplace: Spark Fires; fireplace surround: Concreteworks StudioLove this? Tour the entire Menlo Park, California, home designed by Matthew Mosey
Gray days. A floor-to-ceiling fireplace in all gray gives the illusion of a dividing wall rather than an actual fireplace. This wall acts as the focal point, so the fireplace becomes the accent. Tip: Change the direction of the striations on the fireplace material from vertical to horizontal to make a room appear wider rather than taller.