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Skiffington Homes
Skiffington Homes Design Build Lakehomes
Can you tell me the stone on the fireplace?
Stone on the fireplace and bookcases
bookshelves on either side of fireplace, I would want different stone and color
I like how the fireplace stretches up two stories. I also like the apple green color.
2-story fireplace with bookshelves and loft
fireplace, bookshelves
Bookshelves by fireplace
Asymmetrical cabinets around fireplace
Fireplace with built ins
fireplace face...Fireplace Surround
“furniture placement” — rhonamunro
Fergon Architects, LLC
1 Review
Fergon Architects, LLC
Is it difficult to add second fireplace to pre-existing, internal wood burning fireplace?
the fireplace built into the exterior of the chimney, brilliant and surprising but makes so much sense
Love the gray stone fireplace and the extra little exterior fireplace
Fireplace in chimney.
Fireplace outside & inside
fireplace stone, outside
Outdoor fireplace...Nice fireplace...Outside fireplace...beach fireplace...The fireplace...Fireplace outside
“The look of back of a home.” — whopkins
Woodmeister Master Builders
1 Review
Woodmeister Master Builders - WestWind
The living room features petrified wood fireplace surround with a salvaged driftwood mantle. Nearby, the dining room table retracts and converts into a guest bed.
What is the granite called used around the fireplace? Looking to do similar on my fireplace
The fireplace surround is petrified wood and the wall is Travertino Noche Stone both sourced by Cumar Marble and Granite http://cumar.com/. Here's a close up
A custom cabinet (see attached image) was built to house all AV equipment. It would be located to the right of the fireplace and tv in this image but cannot be seen from this photo.
fireplace with wood holder on the side
Like the wood beam over the fireplace.
Fireplace and tv location. Simple lines.
“Detail under tv” — allisonrbower
WA design
8 Reviews
Stinson Beach House
What is the stone used on this fireplace? Is it a stone veneer? I want to cuddle up with a blanket and book!
This is a wood burning Rumford style fireplace ( that could have glass doors ) that we added a gas insert into.
Is there a benefit to actually building a traditional fireplace and installing a gas insert or did you already have the fireplace built and then decided to go with gas
gas? Also, it looks as if you do not have A glass enclosure. I always thought that was a requirement with gas fireplaces ? Thanks for any information !!
rumford fireplace gas log set added to wood fireplace
Rumford fireplace - efficient design for large space heating
Build up fireplace, TV to the right
There is something interesting to me about having an off-center design detail, on an otherwise plain/boring fireplace
“asymmetrical mantle” — Schneider Company
Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
17 Reviews
Lake Keowee: Smith Private Residence
doors frame the opening into the living room from the entry. The living room is anchored by an antique mirror integrated into the overmantle of the fireplace. The kitchen is designed for functionality with a 48” Subzero refrigerator and Wolf range. Add in the marble countertops and industrial pendants
Love the fireplace doors. What brand are they
Is the fireplace manufactured or masonry? Dimensions of the opening?
Hi Linda, your work is truly breathtaking! in this photo, what is the source for the chandelier and the fireplace grate?
I am so sorry- this must have been the same porch- the lighting just makes the color look so different and there was different art over fireplace- can you let me know what paint color was used around the porch "walls"- column and railing? Thank you so much- this is a STUNNING project!
“Ceiling” — souder
Tom Stringer Design Partners
3 Reviews
Michigan Summer Home
Is it difficult to install a fireplace
I'm purchasing a 1948 cottage that doesn't have a fireplace and I would die to have one. Problem...the only exterior wall is the picture window. I would love wood burning - I don't like the feel of gas. Any ideas?
is the fireplace gas or masonry-love it!
Where can I begin to look for the rock on the fireplace?
Installing a fireplace for existing construction can be difficult and pricing will depend on type of construction (frame vs masonry, crawl space vs slab on grade, etc.). A pre-made gas fireplace will definitely be less expensive than a real wood burning masonry fireplace, and depending on specific
cheery. trying to decide about the fireplace.
Drapes, furniture. Not rug, fireplace, art or coffee table height
“colors used w stone fireplace” — blmcgeady
Marcye Philbrook
11 Reviews
Stageneck Modern
and contemporary. The cable rail "holding" up the shelves, concrete mantel in a sandy tone, floating shelves in a very textural laminate, modern fireplace with driftwood inside as well as the warm beiges and cool grays playing off of each other remind one of the natural Maine shore.
Like fireplace. Put tv above fireplace? Cabinets on one side of fireplace.
Really like set up of lounge and shelfs. Like fireplace
“יפה” — Dana Gal
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
64 Reviews
California Cottage
This is exactly what I have been wanting for my living room. A fireplace with an eye catching turquoise tile! Where is it from and what are the colors?
Where did you get the glass fireplace screen? Thanks!
Floyd S. Lee Fireplace in Pasadena, CA.
Bring the blue to the fireplace
also, like the clear fireplace screen
brilliant glass tile for the fireplace surround
tile for the fireplace surround. "When I brought it to them, I said, 'OK ... you guys said you wanted turquoise ... ,'" she recalls. "They loved it." Part of shedding all of their old traditional furniture and living in a new way involved mixing in more modern pieces, like the glass fireplace screen, which
“Bold color tile” — hleonard8
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