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Double-sided fireplaces for double winter warmth

Martha Taylor-Brown | Saturday December 16, 2017 1:11PM ET
Double-sided fireplace
For winter days   An excellent focal point in your room

A fireplace is always an excellent focal point in your room but we can make it double-focal - and double fun.

Open space fireplaceMixing a more formal space with one that’s fit for dining is perfect for homes with a lot of spacious areas. And with a large room the fireplace that sits in the center of that open space is offering warmth to both sitting areas. If you opt for a neutral brick design it will be separating two living areas in a subtle, yet warm way. There’s a freshness and eclecticism about the design that works for a newer home but it won't look bad in an old one either.

Modus fireplaceFor a contemporary home, this contemporary three sided fireplace from modus can actually be enjoyed from three sides of a room. The modern dancing flames twinkles away creating a wonderful ambiance and with its sleek lines, a three sided fire in line is an ideal way to break up a space and create a seamless division whilst simultaneously creating a wonderful contemporary feature. The integrated gas burner is available in varying lengths of up to an incredible 2.4m.

Acucraft fireplaceAnother nice thing you can do for your ultra-modern home is a four-sided gas fireplace. The ideal material for this type of fireplace is tinted glass, which can enclose the fireplace all the way to the ceiling if the homeowner prefers so. See-through custom gas fireplaces, like the one from Acucraft, have been gaining popularity and are is a stunning center point to any home. They are modern, they are functional, and above all they can be made to order to fit any interior design.

Murphy fireplaceA nice way to incorporate a double-sided fireplace into your home is to replace the whole wall. We know, it sounds scary, but it's not so complicated and you will get what most probably nobody in the neighborhood has. You can keep the wooden wall like this from Murphy & Co. Design, or you can opt for stone and bricks, the choice is on your and you can't miss. This is the best option if you are not sure where to put your new fireplace and how it will fit in. And it works in all spaces.


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