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Modern Living Room with a Plastered Fireplace Surround Ideas and Designs

Wandsworth House
Wandsworth House
Koldo&Co
Photography by Koldo&Co.
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Mandeville Canyon Residence
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Mandeville Canyon Residence
Griffin Enright Architects
The living room is connected to the outdoors by telescoping doors that fold into deep pockets.
Mendota Hearth ML-47 MOD Linear
Mendota Hearth ML-47 MOD Linear
Builders Materials
Modular meets modern, enhanced by the Modern Linear fireplace's panoramic view
Nordpeis Norwegian Woodburners at Orion Heating
Nordpeis Norwegian Woodburners at Orion Heating
Orion Heating - Woodburning Stoves
Nordpeis Uno 1 Woodburner. @Orion Heating - Woodburning Stoves and Gas fires in Essex. Exclusive fireplace showroom for top European brands. Fantastic little 4kW modern freestanding stove. What you can't see in this photo are the side windows that throw heat and light sideways.
Kew House
Kew House
amber hope design
view from kitchen looking back to living and dining room
Ortal Clear 70 Fireplace
Ortal Clear 70 Fireplace
Home and Hearth Outfitters
The Ortal Clear 70 Fireplace features a balanced flue and provides up to 29,100 BTUs when using natural gas (22,100 with LP gas).
Cloud Residence
Cloud Residence
Ana Williamson Architect
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Croydon, Melbourne
Croydon, Melbourne
Destination Living
Inspired by Balinese-style resorts, this contemporary home was designed to exude luxury and warmth. Created to accommodate 3 generations it is cleverly designed to allow enough space while maintaining a family focus.
Lime Tree Farm House
Lime Tree Farm House
Maytree Studios
Polished concrete floors and expansive floor to ceiling joinery frames the interior of this generous lounge room. The mud room off the entry can be seen in the distance, usually concealed behind sliding doors.
V e r v i l l e
V e r v i l l e
catlin stothers design
The decision to either renovate the upper and lower units of a duplex or convert them into a single-family home was a no-brainer. Situated on a quiet street in Montreal, the home was the childhood residence of the homeowner, where many memories were made and relationships formed within the neighbourhood. The prospect of living elsewhere wasn’t an option. A complete overhaul included the re-configuration of three levels to accommodate the dynamic lifestyle of the empty nesters. The potential to create a luminous volume was evident from the onset. With the home backing onto a park, westerly views were exploited by oversized windows and doors. A massive window in the stairwell allows morning sunlight to filter in and create stunning reflections in the open concept living area below. The staircase is an architectural statement combining two styles of steps, with the extended width of the lower staircase creating a destination to read, while making use of an otherwise awkward space. White oak dominates the entire home to create a cohesive and natural context. Clean lines, minimal furnishings and white walls allow the small space to breathe.
Ireland
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