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New winter, new fireplace, new joy

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Martha Taylor-Brown |
Interior   Any room will welcome a good, warm fireplace

When you put the first log into your fireplace you know that warm winter is at your doorstep. But, there's still time to think about replacing your old fireplace with a new one that will bring new warmth to long, cold nights.

Exposed brick fireplaceWhen we think of a fireplace the very first thought may be a fireplace in the living room. However, many times there are brick fireplaces in the master bedroom and when you go for it, go natural. Do not be afraid of exposed brick, it can actually be a blessing in disguise. Embrace the uniqueness of an exposed brick fireplace and pair it with bold, bright hues for the perfect contrast between the two. It looks stunning against shades of blue or even hues of pink.

Skantherm brick fireplaceFor those of you into industrial design, this unusual wood stove design by Skantherm brings a cool, industrial edge to your contemporary living spaces. The Zorak is a cool stove design by Guenther Matten that turns a fireplace into a real attraction. The substantial steel fixture features a cool grey facade with bulky nuts and bolts framing a pair of jagged, toothed doors, which slide open to reveal the star of the show, the fire, contained within a glass enclosure.

Cocoon Fires brick fireplaceYou can go even deeper into modern design with Vellum, the stainless steel round wall mount fireplace in mirror finish by Cocoon Fires. This modern and industrial decorative piece adds instant visual interest to any wall. The porthole look is interesting because a round shape is not exactly typical of a fireplace and that’s what makes it unique. Completely made of marine grade stainless steel, the base has a mirror finish, while the face has a hairline finish, providing a subtle but pleasing textural variation.

Castellamonte Fires brick fireplaceBut, we are more into traditional styles so out choice would be Rondo, romantic Italian stoves by Castellamonte. They are finished with stunning relief detail in floral and traditional motifs, and some even with platinum and gold decoration. Whether it’s a little detail or a lot, you choose the look to suit your style. The curved glass front door presents a view of the crackling fire within. These round ceramic stoves are available in five sizes.

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