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aolian wrote:Dec 4, 2012
  • hadleysolomon
    I think we're going to do this exact same fireplace surround / mantel. How is the mantel affixed to the wall?
  • hadleysolomon
    And how high off the ground is it mounted?
M Griffi wrote:Dec 14, 2015
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    Laura Burton Interiors

    This was an art piece that the client already owned, but I believe it was an artist in the Austin area. I will see if I can find more info in my records. Thanks!

  • M Griffi
    Thank you! I would love to know. This piece looks fantastic over the fireplace.
ctkathy wrote:Jan 1, 2013
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    Laura Burton Interiors
    The sectional was from Ethan Allen. I don't recall the name of it off hand :-) but if you showed the picture to someone at Ethan Allen they would probably know (it was purchased within the last 2 years)
  • Lisa House
    love the paint color! Do you remember what it was?
nickloubuc wrote:Dec 3, 2012
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    Laura Burton Interiors
    Sorry for the late reply. The color is Benjamin Moore, Platnium Ivory (HC-39).
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    Laura Burton Interiors
    Just realized there was a typo on my previous reply - it is Putnam Ivory (sorry about that!). Still Benjamin Moore HC-39
rhondainca wrote:Aug 13, 2011
shells15 wrote:Jan 1, 2017
elliel15 wrote:May 11, 2016
giantsfan18 wrote:Apr 15, 2016
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    Laura Burton Interiors

    Hi - this particular wood mantel was built out of walnut by the custom cabinet maker who made the entire wall of shelving/ cabinets. I have done this a few times, always using a local wood craftsman. That might be the best place to start if you are wanting something very specific. Sorry I can't be of more help!

Nicole Lepoutre-Baldocchi wrote:Jul 16, 2015
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    Laura Burton Interiors

    It's a white limestone veneer that we purchased through a local Austin quarry

sarajustice wrote:Feb 14, 2014
jcrowley42 wrote:Nov 24, 2013
ladysas wrote:Nov 16, 2013
ecee123 wrote:Aug 5, 2013
  • Bob Grim
    The artwork over the fireplace is fabulous! Can you tell us the artist?
dhuppert1 wrote:Dec 12, 2012
kahsparks wrote:Sep 29, 2012
stig wrote:Feb 14, 2012
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    COASTROAD Hearth & Patio
    Since Laura Burton is an interior designer (beautiful work, by the way) and not a fireplace expert, I can field this one.

    The fireplace in the photo is an open front, vented, non-circulating (no fan) wood burning fireplace with gas logs installed. The only heat you will get is radiant heat (just like you would with a wood fire). The question you pose is not applicable to this situation.

    On the other hand, since circulated convective heat naturally rises, there is no point raising anything, as the heated air will rise naturally. If anything, you would want forced air to come into the room as low as possible, not raised.
lausyreno wrote:Jun 26, 2014

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    megan_clawson1
    Megan Clawson added this to kitchens3 days ago

    Simple mantle, shelves nice looking

    smpetrell
    smpetrell added this to Bayshore IdeasJul 23, 2019

    Gas fireplace with chunky wood mantel

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