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Diligence International
Agorafocus Fire
Ideabooks2,240
Questions3
This is an absolutely fabulous fireplace!!!
Floating fireplace - more traditional style
Circular staircase, sunken seating area with drop fireplace
hanging fireplace is awesome. flooring is nice, and stairs too
be vying to gather around every inch of this fireplace with a full glass surround. Design tip: This fireplace has clear glass, but you can easily choose smoke, bronze or black glass for extra flair.
Hang it from the ceilingThis striking hanging fireplace adds drama to an open-plan living area. It’s
“Chaise lounge” — Michael Quinn cabinet maker
Vinci | Hamp Architects
Mid-North Residence
Ideabooks16,353
Questions18
what is the surface on the fireplace? brand and color?
Awesome design! What type of stone is that in the fireplace surround?
is the brick on the fireplace painted and if so, what color?
am trying to decide what to paint my red brick fireplace in a modern makeover. Thank you
What are the dimensions of the fireplace and surround.
Who makes the see-through fireplace insert?--gas or electric?
The fireplace insert is gas-powered and from Spark Modern Fires. http://www.sparkfires.com/
The living room, which occupies the west side of the courtyard, is a simple, open space split into two zones by a large stone fireplace. Even though the space is simple, there are some things happening that are very smart: Clerestory windows face the alley on the west, bringing in light while maintaining
“coffee table” — melda2
dSPACE Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Modern Steel and Glass Addition
Ideabooks8,681
Questions4
Schwiess. Concrete floors, wood ceiling, light pocket, hidden lighting, cable railing, metal railing, modern railing, wood stairs, fire orb hanging fireplace, steel wood burning stove, steel grate catwalk, mezzanine, track lighting, glass garage door, glass addition, modern room, large picture windows,
dSpace Wo makes the wood fireplace? Love it, Really nice space.
Can you give more details on the mechanical bits on the ceiling surrounding the fireplace flu? Do they somehow open the window wall perhaps?
The hanging fireplace from this project is the Fireorb designed by architect Doug Garofalo and fabricated here in Chicago. We love the modern look of the Fireorb and because it has a 360-degree rotation, this is a fireplace that can be placed anywhere in a space. Thank
“Ok way cheeper than a chimney !! A little to much like the Jetsons maybe could tone it down some” — amypheasant40
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Emerick Architects
8 Reviews
Division Street
Ideabooks4,626
Questions7
ceiling. The reclaimed fir plank floor is painted a light vanilla cream. And, the hand plastered concrete fireplace is the visual anchor that all the rooms radiate off of. Tucked behind the fireplace is an intimate library space. Photo by Lincoln Barber
Is that really wood stacked near the fireplace, or decorative.
Where did the fireplace tools come from?
Are those tools mounted to the fireplace? How? & where were they purchased? Thx so much.
Can you please tell me if those are Candle Stick Holders above the fireplace opening. If so, where did you find them. Such beautiful work!
like the firewood stacked beside the fireplace
concrete wall, stacked wood, wall of window with full length curtains
“Rangement buches” — ineeees
Nordby Design Studio, Architecture & Interiors LLC
18 Reviews
Interiors for a new custom home
Ideabooks1,814
Questions7
fireplace with tv to the side
Potted trees on the fireplace
Great Room - Fireplace
Exposed stone fireplace
The wood cabinets and fireplace
I like the fireplace
wood fireplace ledge
Bindi heights...Fireplace cabinet...Fireplace beam...Fireplace Surround...Stone fireplace
“coffee table” — Erin Jones
Emerick Architects
8 Reviews
Division Street
Ideabooks11,467
Questions8
exposed structure, every interior element had to be beautiful and functional. Here you can see the massive concrete fireplace as it defines four areas. On one side, it is a wood burning fireplace with firewood as it's artwork. On another side it has additional dish storage carved out of the concrete for the
the kitchen and dining. The last two sides pinch down to create a more intimate library space at the back of the fireplace. Photo by Lincoln Barber
Love the shelf below the fireplace, what is the material??
I am designing/building my own home and I'm currently having to design the fireplace area for the rough ins. I don't want to have a formal hearth or bench below the fireplace. What I had in mind is exactly what you have
“Windows” — rhynopricer
jamesthomas, LLC
23 Reviews
jamesthomas, LLC
Ideabooks20,810
Questions17
What is the height of the windows and ceiling?
On the fireplace wall - is the textured look we see from brick - if not what is it? Thanks.
The windows are @ 12'-0" in height. The ceiling is 14'-0" high.
Freestanding tall fireplace... Add stairs to each side?
The double-sided fireplace was an existing element, and the designers refaced it in a rough tile to give it more of a chimney feel. And once again emphasizing the ceiling height, they added a storage divider. The living room side conceals a TV, while the dining room cabinets hold plates and glasses.
The double-sided fireplace was an existing feature, and the designers re-covered it in a rough tile to give it more of a chimney feel. And once again emphasising the ceiling height, they added a shelving unit which works as a partition wall. The living
“Couches” — jamescastro05
Melander Architects, Inc.
The Church Residence
Ideabooks467
Questions0
A major new element is this large fireplace, which stands up to the scale of the room and created a place for tucking a staircase up to the loft and a kitchen behind it
new element is this large fireplace, which stands up to the scale of the room and created a place for tucking a staircase up to the loft and a kitchen behind it.
A major new element is this large fireplace, which stands up to the scale of the room and created a place for tucking a staircase up to the loft and a kitchen behind it. See the rest of this
“Two armchairs and a loveseat” — sashacotone
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