Retro Family RoomContemporary Family Room, Minneapolis

Opposite the red birch wall in this Minnesota interior designed home is a stacked slate fireplace. Floating benches flanking the hearth, accentuates the horizontal line. Minneapolis Interior Designer, Brandi Hagen used natureal materials to add warmth to the space, despite the room’s high, vaulted ceilings.

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Architects: Peterssen/Keller Architecture
Contractor: Streeter & Associates

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Colleen Leaver wrote:December 17, 2012
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    Eminent Interior Design
    Hello,
    I am so sorry didn't answer your question. It is a slate stone in front of the fireplace as code requires non-combustible material. The two benches on either side of this slate are wood stained.
    Thank you for your question.
    www.eminentid.com
  • tracy_coen

    It's a beautiful piece of slate - I thought it was poured concrete. Nicely done!

Nicole wrote:August 2, 2012
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    Nicole
    Thanks for the info!
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    Khrome Studios
    dellarobbia available at Khromestudios.com
minnlud wrote:January 15, 2012
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    Eminent Interior Design
    Thank you for your inquiry! The color is Benjamin Moore AC-26 Ozark Shadows.
  • minnlud
    Thanks!
Chris Hanson wrote:January 13, 2013
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    Eminent Interior Design
    Hello this was a custom sized sofa from the manufacturer, TCS. We increased the back height so that it was more comfortable for the homeowners. Thank you for your question.
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  • Ally Downs

    What did you use on the floor to match the tile but be more pleasant to walk over? I like this look for the fireplace but also have a hearth that is floor level so have been struggling to know what to use there to match the fireplace tile. Thanks.



jemrn wrote:July 27, 2012
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    Eminent Interior Design
    Hello,
    The stone is a stacked slate. Thank you for your question!
  • kvancura
    Is the stacked slate a real stone or a veneer?
rick2600 wrote:June 14, 2012
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    Eminent Interior Design
    The fireplace is a wood burning fireplace with glass doors. Thank you for your question!
  • bguseth
    What brand of fireplace? Masonry?
Feisal Nasser wrote:May 31, 2018
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    Eminent Interior Design

    Thanks for your inquiry! Although we love sharing our favorite brands, we also take our clients’ privacy very seriously. If you want to learn more about our design process, please contact our office.

tigerd1960 wrote:February 21, 2015
  • Lorene DeWolfe

    love the floating hearth! How is it attached


tash2115 wrote:February 18, 2013
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    Eminent Interior Design
    Hello. I believe it is extending into the room by approximately 28-30". Thank you for your question.
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The Architect Builders Collaborative Inc wrote:March 22, 2013
    ctow14 wrote:January 24, 2013

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      webuser_263571616
      J U added this to Living RoomNovember 23, 2019

      Ledge on bottom. Run from windows to left side of fireplace?

      aimee_mulaner
      Aimee Mulaner added this to Aimee's ideasNovember 17, 2019

      By the kitchen looking out a window instead of a sliding glass door.

      webuser_468007617
      HU-468007617 added this to Living RoomOctober 17, 2019

      Mix of wood and stone on cantilever.

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