5 Vented Gas Log Sets Entry Design Photos

WA design
8 Reviews
Stinson Beach House
The setting is contemporary but the rocks in the ember bed and the stone surround of the fireplace still seem to go together nicely--not too "busy," not super-contemporary, a touch of rustic.
Modified for Gas logs-Rumford fireplace.
stones in gas fireplace
Gas? Love the natural look
rock gas fireplace...gas fireplace
“Corner-like edge” — Karry Ladley
Winslow Architecture & Urban Design
Shields residence
Looks like a Heat & Glo Twilight II gas fireplace
interior/exterior fireplace ….no fake logs please
dual indoor outdoor gas gireplace-heatnglo twight II
Second pour is set back to create a step
This L-shaped opening fits itself below an angular roof and a door and fireplace below. The deep-set window — open at the corner but otherwise set back from the eave and frames — appears to be one piece of glass.
“metal surround” — Jennifer Tansey
Maillardville Manor-Mudroom
Can I wash designer gas fireplace stones?
Our gas fireplace has glass chips with stones on top for a decorative accent instead of a log set. The stones have some soot. Can I wash them?
“Rocks for shoes” — chicana1973
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Russian Hill
what is exterior cladding on fireplace? What make of gas log and firebox?
Gas Fire place in open area
Nice set up
“Chimenea” — Cristian Ormazábal
Thomas Roszak Architecture, LLC
both radiant floors and domestic hot water. Low-flow toilets and plumbing fixtures are used to conserve water usage. No VOC finish options and direct venting fireplaces maintain a high interior air quality. Smart home system controls lighting, HVAC, and shades to better manage energy use. Plumbing runs through
pavers to reduce cooling loads by as much as 15%. 2x6 framing allows for more insulation and energy savings. Super efficient windows have low-E argon gas filled units, and thermally insulated aluminum frames. Permeable brick and stone pavers reduce the site’s storm-water runoff. Countertops use recycled
wing and a center bridge connects it to the kid’s wing on the west. Second floor terraces and sunscreens provide views and shade in this suburban setting. The playful mathematical grid of the house in the x, y and z axis also extends into the layout of the trees and hard-scapes, all centered on a suburban
“painting” — pamgobright
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