Clean lines and contemporary style of the Jasper
media console brings this piece to life Cleverly concealed drop down door Provides hidden storage space for your media requirements Elevated glass top supports a flat panel TV up to 50 inches ...
Not just an accent piece the Fiero is
a focal point. Shimmering, thick tempered glass makes this fireplace special as the flames appear to float in space. The Fiero"s long burning fire is enjoyable from every perspective and with its ...
A Modern fireplace is very
simple and has clean lines. It
has a new or contemporary shape,
style and finish.
A Traditional fireplace looks
like a family heirloom, seldom
in light woods. Ornate,
detailed, generally pretty heavy
and expensive looking. Has
details like curled metal,
ornate handles, marble tops,
A Transitional fireplace is
simpler than traditional, but
not 100% modern. Soft but clean
lines, would be at home in
“Better Homes and Gardens”. Some
overlap with Traditional. Would
make the item seem pretty
traditional with traditional
accessories and furniture or at
home in a modern environment
with more modern accessories.
A Rustic fireplace is heavy,
would be found in lodge, ski
resort, or log cabinet in
Arizona, Nevada or Vermont.
There's no better way to create a cozy atmosphere than to add a fireplace to your home. Our buying guide goes over all the need to know information for buying and installing a fireplace, so head over to the full guide to get all the details.
Free standing fireplaces save big on construction time, while wall mounted fireplaces have more construction involved but take up less space and provide lots of style. Some still prefer a traditional wood burning fire place, but gel and gas fuel is becoming increasingly popular.
Electric fireplaces are a great way to add warmth to your living room. Electric fireplaces generally cost less to operate and are a more efficient way to heat your home than baseboard or oil heat.
Our electric fireplace buying guide goes over the many benefits to an electric fireplace and also takes a look at your installation options. And be sure to take BTU, volts and watts of each model into consideration, since electrical compatibility is important. Head over to our buying guide now to learn more.