Classic Style Fireplaces

What makes a great Fireplace? Style. Find your fireplace style in the classic examples discussed below, many of which can be seen in the Signature Fireplace galleries. When you find some styles that you like, contact Mr. Brick at Brick Art Design to help you finalize the style, colors, texture and the look that you want.

As expert brick and stone design consultants, Brick Art Design can help you design your dream fireplace and save you costs. RV MM Stone fireplace river rock Michigan tile hearth stone to ceiling LaFarge mortar You have many options when choosing your brick or stone fireplace or signature mantel. You can hand pick the necessary tools that you need to select the design and elements that add warmth and ambiance to your home, with a custom fireplace.

You determine the look of your fireplace. On the stage set of your signature home, you are the director and designer. Make your fireplace the focal point of your domain. The development of the fireplace from the fire pit to contemporary hearths designed for modern homes are all available. Resonances of styles from earlier periods have found their way in the contemporary fireplace design. Baroque, Georgian, Victorian, Art Deco are modern day interpretations based on fireplaces in the period style.

Classic Fireplace Style - GG Lorrine White HMOS with grey mortar & wood surround The romance of fireplaces begins with the baronial stone splendors that created warmth in Europe’s Middles Ages. Recreate the old world fireside elegance of a French chateau or English country manor!

These fireplace openings, hearths, mantels, and surrounds are all weighty in appearance and large in comparison to other fireplace styles. Materials often used include antique stone or marble surrounds, cast stone, wood-paneled walls and ceilings, exposed beams. Floors often include natural or simulated stone, slate, or large-scale tiles. Dark-stained wood flooring is also characteristic of the old world style. Triangle St. Croix Fireplace Engr with Charcoal piece hearth New Classical Neoclassicism swept through salons and sitting rooms in the 19th century. Inspired by Napoleonic and British influence passed down from ancient Rome, Greece and Egypt.

A classic look would feature formal fireplace with a combination of refined materials and graceful proportions. Symmetrical arrangements of classic accessories and mantel items carry the look. Furniture demonstrating scrolling, Roman eagles, Greek lyres, and stylized Egyptian lotuses are fabrics used in Classical décor sometimes called Empire. Classic Fireplace - RV Limestone MM with accent GG Avignon HMOS #10 mortar Other styles to consider are: Traditional Country European Arts & Crafts Laid-Back Lodge 20th-Century European Smooth Southwest.

Created By: Ashley DeJardin 2013