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5 Quick Fixes: Solutions for the Unused Fireplace

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:46 AM
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by Julie last modified Dec 16, 2011

It's a common issue in city dwellings; the unusable fireplace. Here are five ideas for coping with an empty hearth. Above: A tiled fireplace (the J. J. rocking chair is by Antonio Citterio); image via B & B Italia . Above: A grouping of pillar candles adds a note of color in this otherwise neutral space; image via VT Wonen . Above: In photographer Paul Massey's London house, a minimalist fireplace opening is filled with stacked wood. Above: Oversized gold-toned letters fill an unused fireplace in the Paris apartment of Jean-Christophe Aumas; image via Marie Claire Maison . Above: A mirrored ball reflects light in this minimal hearth; image via Shelterness . Above: Add this to the list (a reader just alerted us): a tumbleweed in John Derian's Provincetown house. For tumbleweed sourcing, go to Accessories: Tumbleweeds as Decor . Image by Martyn Thompson for Australian Vogue Living.






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