Fall has officially arrived! Cooler temperatures are on the way, and there’s nothing cozier than lighting a fire, cuddling up, and savoring the change of seasons. Every fall, we distill what we hear from all of you and what we are seeing about design needs and wants, and then list the top 5 fireplace design trends for commercial and residential projects we expect to take off this season. See something you like or have questions? We would love to hear from you.
1. Modern Fireplaces
In this contemporary living room, the black powder coated steel ventless fireplace warms up the dark sleek slate and harmonizes with the grey ash hardwoods. The simplicity and verticality of the surround adds height to the space and spotlights the flames of the HearthCabinet™.
2. Wood Display Column
You don’t burn wood in a HearthCabinet™, and that’s great for safety, cleanliness, and convenience. But we are seeing more projects incorporating a woodpile next to the fireplace of real wood or realistic ceramic logs for aesthetics or styling. This see-through fireplace was designed with a long vertical column of dark wood hugging it and it adds a traditional vibe to the modern office. The dark finish of the wood and the warm glow of the fireplace perfectly complement the ambiance, making this large office space feel cozier and more intimate.
3. Fireplace Space Divider
Viewing a fireplace from different rooms is a great and growing option. In this commercial space in New York City, this HearthCabinet™ see-through ventless gel fireplace is elevated in the wall between a hallway and a lobby, an ideal divider, allowing each space to enjoy the ambiance of the fireplace.
4. Herringbone Tile Fireplace
Herringbone tiled fireplace interiors are getting more popular. A herringbone pattern beautifully contrasted by an exquisite white mantel suggests a traditional legacy to the bright, expansive living room.
5. Custom Fireplaces – New Shapes
When is a fireplace a work of modern art? When it is as unique and design-forward as this Custom Geometric Ventless Gel Fireplace, it offers a bold and sleek spin on traditional fireplace design. Sitting in the center of a floor-to-ceiling poly-chrome wall, the fireplace adds to the bold statement in this bright office space.
Our architect-led team of designers is experienced in collaborating with other architects, designers, and developers to create a fireplace design that blends seamlessly into your project décor. Call us with any questions about HearthCabinet™ Ventless Fireplaces at (212) 242-1485 or visit Contact Us page for showroom appointments across the nation.