With weather beginning inch its way to spring time, it’s just about time to break out the cleaning supplies, and get started on polishing up your home in time for the official start of Spring.
When they first began making an appearance inside of our homes, fireplaces were more practical than decorative.
I know it is a little bit chilly yet to be thinking about actually relaxing in front of outdoor fireplaces, fire pits or a stove. But this post is loaded with some really attractive options I’m sure will inspire!
What could be more fun in the dead of winter than gazing at and dreaming about a romantic destination? Maybe dreaming about the spectacular fireplaces featured at those destinations!
Fireplaces are a beautiful addition to any home regardless of where they are placed.
I’m always on the lookout for new and unique ideas for fireplace designs, something that opens my eyes and makes me say “Wow, I love that.”
When describing fireplace, home decor and design trends in 2016, the most often used terms offered by the experts are details, customization, and personalized living spaces.
While looking for some ideas for holiday mantel decor, I came across this post that really showcases some lovely fireplace and mantel designs. Featured originally on CountryLiving.com, this post touts itself as featuring “country decorating ideas for your fireplace and mantel.” I think you will agree, there are some very elegant fireplaces featured here. Enjoy the show!
The mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio, says he wants to cut down on air pollution by placing a ban on all new wood burning fireplaces, according to the Washington Post. The mayor wants new fireplaces to use alternative methods of fuel such as natural gas which would not emit as many pollutants into the air as burning real wood .