The new fireplace surround features the same travertine that was used in the kitchen. The mantel was fashioned from an 80-year-old Douglas fir beam that purchased for $25 at the local salvaged building center.
The fireplace is the focal point in this serene sitting room. A mosaic tile surround gives way to a wavy wood overlay that adds a striking sense of movement to room. Below, pretty throw pillows add cushion and color to the stone hearth. The neutral palette makes the space feel calm and sophisticated.
A wall-mounted fireplace makes a dinner gathering more intimate and cozy, and the stone facade brings a natural touch to the modern gas fireplace. The warm, inviting look is complete with soft lighting, rich walls and comfortable seating. A neutral area rug and light hardwood flooring anchor the space.
Pairing antiques and imported gems from around the globe, this space pushes the boundaries of modern eclecticism. A distressed fireplace surround and curved, double-seated bench with an Old World vibe complete the eclectic design.
A white marble fireplace surround serves as a focal point in this open transitional living room. The dark hardwood floor is complemented by a dark wood coffee table, while the white sofa provides welcome contrast.
This cozy living room mixes traditional and contemporary elements for a classic yet updated feel. The hardwood fireplace surround and built-in bookshelves are the visual highlight of the room, warming the space with their rich brown hue.
The open feel of this living room is accented beautifully with light neutrals and soft blue and green accents. A decorative coffee table with green diamond fabric is situated on a blue and green rug, and a pair of unique metallic stools sits in front of the white stone fireplace.
A marble fireplace with a white mantel is the focal point of this formal living room. Another of the room's unique features — the tone-on-tone wallpaper — creates subtle depth amongst similar colors. The black leather armchair with a high back is unexpected and regal.