1. Calming Neutrals
The 1200SS in this custom installation adds warmth to this family room's neutral palette. A wood wall covering may seem a bit much when paired with wood floors, but if you stick with a light species you won't cross the line into log cabin decor nightmare. Modern, clean-lined furniture adds a contemporary feel, and subtle pops of blues and grey add color while keeping things zen.
2. The Modern Man Cave
The freestanding Vision, with its see-through glass back, is the perfect feature for a textured wall. Choosing an accent color (in this case - red) will break up a dark palette just enough. Adding a classic furniture piece like the Eames Lounge Chair adds a touch of sophistication - you know, in case the wife wants to visit the man cave.
3. Black, White, and Pink All Over
The 650SS in this custom installation brightens up the bold use of blacks in this modern credenza. A stark white contrast calls to mind a modern aesthetic, but adding a vibrant color like magenta gives the modern vibe a playful side.
4. All Natural Materials
The BK5 Burner in this custom installation pairs fire with another natural element - stone. Whether building a real stone feature or using a textured wall covering reminiscent of stone there are many ways to add natural elements to your room makeover. Continue the natural look by installing wood floors - real or faux!
6. Colorful Bathroom
The 1800SS installed in this bathroom adds a tranquil touch in an unexpected place. If you have a bathroom remodel in sight this year, consider creating an extra bit of warmth for those cold winter mornings.
5. Leather-Bound Books
The 1200SS in this cozy study begs you to curl up with a good book. Use rich, saturated colors to brighten up a dark, wood-heavy room. Remember, leather comes in more than just brown-take a chance!
7. Synching Shapes
The freestanding Ghost turns an otherwise bland wall into a focal point in this transitional space. Take note of the dominant shapes within the architecture of your space and choose a fireplace that complements them. Here, the tall and slender Ghost mimics the elongated rectangular shapes populating this space.
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8. Contemporary Tradition
The XL700 brings a clean burning alternative to this traditional fireplace. Freshen up your traditional decor with colorful accents such as pillows or rugs. Even these simple additions can give your room a whole new look.
9. Playing with Material
The 1200SS is the perfect modern, linear flame for a flat screen TV feature wall. Make use of different types of flooring materials to add interest and divide an open floorplan.
10. Cook Line
Multiple XL900 burners are paired in this modern kitchen installation with bold light fixtures, natural materials, and a dark palette. Combining a fire feature with a black wall makes a striking statement - especially when the flame is brough to eye level.
11. Urban Chic Loft
Three BK5 Burners sit in front of a brick wall in this modern loft. A clean, white palette and sleek finishes can be the perfect juxtaposition to raw materials like brick, concrete, or reclaimed wood.
12. Heating up the Kitchen
The 900SS in this streamlined kitchen is cleverly positioned at the end of the kitchen island that abutts an open dining area. A stainless steel firebox seamlessly complements other stainless steel appliances typically found in the kitchen.
13. Modern Studio
The freestanding Citi is perfect for small spaces like this studio apartment. If you can't paint your walls add color through furniture, light fixtures, and of course your fireplace!