Paul Craig Photography
Georgian Home, Dorset
The woodburner is by Stovax and the fire surround is from Holloways of Ludlow
cupboard/shelves - could build in front room?
Fit a wood-burning stoveIf you don’t want the hassle and mess of an open fire, why not install a log burner for a more heat-efficient and arguably cleaner
Fire place...The fire...Fire placd
Brandon Architects, Inc.
Love the fire pit from outside and the privacy wall, but maybe the privacy wall could be
van Ellen + Sheryn Architects
West Yard Farm, Dartmoor, Devon
the way the room is divided by the fire but remains one room
‘We had to do so much work to make the building sound and waterproof, that we were not able to keep much exposed stonework,’ says Ian, ‘but this fireplace
“We had to do so much work to make the building sound and waterproof, that we were not able to keep much exposed stonework
and simply needed cleaning and repointing. As much of the fabric of this building had perished over the years and needed replacing, this fireplace is a welcome
Loudoun County Full Interior Design Expert
It is not always about starting with a blank slate or purchasing everything New....It's also about working with the existing things you still love and adding to make them Grand!
Where do the chairs come from & does the manufacturer build barstools?
DIY light fixture for our deck's dining table? Or for by the fire pit?
a chandelier has been created that will forever tell the story of the building of this home — and look sensational doing it.Note the use of a built-in
Fredendall Building Company
Wow, that is a big fireplace. I wonder how it works to have a fire in there. This could be a space at a museum showing, how people lived with
Early American Style Secret: Cooking With FireThere’s no doubt the Pilgrims had a tough go of it, which is why the style
putting food on the table in a strange land? Meals were prepared over an open fire.According to interviews with Kathleen Wall, a culinary historian at Plimoth
likely have recognized the cooking implements and tools that hang by the fire.
back around the 16th century. Small houses with small rooms were easier to build and heat, and furniture was sparse to fit. Drop-leaf tables increased v
to open it up to allow the light and sea breeze to breathe through the building. The first floor seems almost to levitate above the landscape by minimising
The dark grey is amazing! Would be ideal for a fire pit area outside.
Robin McGarry Interior Design
Table for Bruce to build...Build own dining room table
Preston, Vic - Renovation
Fire place...interesting fireplace build-in