When the weather cools off, these hearths will heat things up.
It’s hard to achieve true cozy, cold-weather ambiance without the company of a fireplace. Though, despite their primary purpose as an essential source of warmth, a hearth that fuels the fire simply just isn’t enough anymore. But a fireplace that brings the blaze and acts as an artful focal point for the rest of the room? Now, that’s a reason to gather.
Tiled fireplaces not only establish an eye-catching focal point, but also infuse a touch of personality into a space because of the variety of tile options available. Take a look at some of these unique ideas for incorporating tile onto your fireplace.
The most popular spots for Moroccan-style tiles are undoubtedly bathroom floors, kitchen backsplashes and fireplaces, but they aren’t limited to those spaces. If you want to incorporate this trend with a twist, try to decorate your fireplace with the tiles.
It’s no mystery that the key to successful monochromatic rooms, especially neutral ones is textural variety. Tiny mosaic tiles make this fireplace feel almost like it’s sparkling, the design helps the fireplace pop.
Diamond-shape tiles create a Harlequin pattern that cleverly updates the fireplace front. Craftsman-inspired colors complement the room’s bungalow charm.
Given its high sheen and glossy squared tiles, this arrangement doesn’t feel nearly as moody as you’d guess. Arrays of equally cozy textures complete the glamorous scene.
Choose tile depicting an image you love and repeat it to create a distinctive pattern that ties to the theme of your room. Little flowers attached to your farmhouse style house are a perfect match.
CENTER OF THE SURROUND
This picture shown that they encased the tile with stone so that it did not disrupt the structure of the tile and brought more attention to the delicate design.
An asymmetrical approach to decorating your mantel works especially well combined with a beautiful brick or faux bricks. The negative space defined by an asymmetrical piece puts the emphasis on the wall material, almost as if the wall itself were the art piece hanging above the mantel.
This Den makeover involved opening up the walls between the den and the dining room; a fireplace wall with a non-vented ribbon fireplace and television niches faced in a metallic porcelain tile. Fairly add modern touch with the placement of the tiles.
NATURAL STONE TILE
In smaller spaces a much smaller divider will do. This fireplace is open on three sides, allowing for more light and space between the rooms, and the natural stone color is brighten up the space.
When the fireplace has an ornate mantel, the right idea is to use neutral color tiles. The white tones of the marble tile will create a warm and cozy environment without throwing shade on the beautiful ornate mantel.
For some fireplaces, it’s a dramatic mantel that captures the eye. Consider giving your fireplace a creative and eye-catching look with beautiful tile. Available in almost endless colors, textures, and patterns, tile can bring a distinctive look to a dull surround.