thank you for posting this picture,we are looking at replacing a gas inser placed in the family room in the middle of the wall, your posting has given me a visual ulternative to placing the large screen tv over our fireplace.can you provide me the dimensions of this room so I can compare them to our familyroom,
also it is unusual to have the hard wood on an angle, what is your rationale for placing the hardware on the angle. I would be interested to see what other furnishings are in the room and what the room looks for the Tv looking past the sofa
Cathy Verbeek »
Could you please tell me the room dimensions, built in dimensions and the how far out the fireplace sits fro - I really like the corner fireplave and TV set up. Could you please tell me the room dimensions, built in dimensions and the how far out the fireplace sits from out from the corner on the wall with the windows. Thanks »
This corner beauty boasts an elevated hearth and stunning quatrefoil mirror. What I love most about this design is how the media center and fireplace, both prominent design elements, coexist harmoniously on the same elevation.
An asymmetrical approach is less formal and more unexpected. Items won't mirror each other, though it is important to maintain a balance of scale and size. For a contemporary or modern look keep it clean by using just one or two bolder pieces.
Need a vignette for your coffee table? Use items from your silver tea set. Between the tray, creamers, cups and serving pieces, you automatically have a variety of heights, creating a varied vignette with hardly any effort.