As you can tell from some of my most recent posts, I’m on the East Coast and my Californian bones can’t handle this frigid weather. As long as I can stay inside with hot chocolate, a good book, and central heat (thank God for whoever invented that!), I’m fine – but alas, I have a job, a family to shop and cook for, and a house to keep up. That kind of life doesn’t allow for much sitting around at home! So looking at pictures of great fireplaces has had to suffice for now.
I love seeing the different ways to decorate a fireplace! In my mind, fireplaces are typically brick and boring. These are anything but!
Frameless fireplace – modern, minimalist, and just so cool (figuratively, of course):
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I am addicted to your blog! Great Post! Looking forward to get more information from you. I have an older home with so many ideas in my head, but I also have 2 little ones that make doing things difficult. So for now I will decorate vicariously through you!
Thanks, Christina! I also have two little ones (4-year-old and 5-month-old) and an older home (built in the 60s) so I can sympathize! While I don’t put all of my ideas into being, it’s fun to have them for “someday.”
The fall is approaching us yet again and I can’t stop thinking about curling up near the fire! Maybe it’s because we didn’t have much of a summer in the Midwest. The fireplaces you shared are brilliant. Some of them give off that feeling of warmth naturally with their warm-toned stone surrounds. If fireplaces are lacking the “warmth factor” I recommend a fireplace mantel!