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Fireplace doors finishes
Masonry and prefab/zero-clearance doors come in a variety of styles and finishes. You could get overwhelmed with all the choices you have when choosing a finish so let’s take a look at some points to consider.
Traditional or Contemporary Fireplace Doors?
Think about the room where your fireplace is located. Traditional rooms have black, brass, or bronze accents. Contemporary designs use brushed nickel or stainless steel. Think about the accents and accessories in your room. Taking note of lamps, light fixtures, cabinet hardware, and accessories around the room can help you decide what doors would look best.
Trendy Or Classic?
A safe choice for a classic look is always black. Black fireplace doors finishes come in a variety of forms from a flat powder coat finish, to textured black. There’s also rustic-looking black wrought iron. There are several advantages of choosing a black finish. Black probably won’t go out of style anytime soon, it goes with most decor, and it’s usually a finish that doesn’t have an extra charge. Prefab/zero-clearance fireplaces are predominantly black, so black fireplace doors compliment those type fireplaces beautifully. When you purchase a quality set of fireplace doors, you plan to have them a long time so we recommend black if you’re finding it hard to decide on a color.
What About Specialty Colors?
If you like specialty colors and trendy style, you might like finishes such as moss iron or new rust . These powder coat finishes are applied on fireplace doors using a technique similar to the way the automotive industries paint auto parts so the paint holds up even in harsh conditions. Painted finishes can save you money if you want a particular look. For example, a painted finish on an aluminum fireplace door can give the look of cast iron and the cost will be far less than purchasing a cast iron door. Moss iron, copper, and new rust are specialty colors that can accent specific color schemes in your home. Textured finishes look unique and add interest to painted finishes. Textured paint finishes are available in bronze iron, chestnut, gray iron, and brown, just to name a few. Silver and gold antique vein are textured colors with an added touch of black.
Fireplace Door Frame Finishes
Upgraded Hardware, Glass, and Options. It's elegant and modern. Available painted finish upgrades only add to it's appeal.
The Merino has a solid steel 1" frame. It is available with several powder coat finishes and is a great bargain - compare to similar doors at twice the cost.
The Crestone fireplace surround is an affordable all steel door that is comparable to doors that cost twice as much! Constructed of 14 gauge steel,it fits almost every fireplace is available in a variety if finishes.
The Heritage Z for Pre-Fab fireplaces is our top of the line product, topping similar doors costing much more. Constructed of 1/4" welded steel, its large 3/4" frame is made for an overlap fit.