Having a fireplace â€” the structure, the heat, and the spectacle – can bring an element of magic to a room. But choosing the correct style can seem a daunting task â€” the wrong one can be a costly and ugly mistake, but the right one can bring a unique atmosphere that no other addition can provide. So, choose wisely. Better still, enlist the services of a quality or famous luxury interior designer to help select it with you.
Whether itâ€™s the focus of the room, a practical source of heating, or just a decorative feature, the fireplace you choose should, in simple terms, be something you enjoy looking at. Next, a few questions will help narrow your options.
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