20 Fireplace Mantels to Set Your Fireplace on Fire
A fine mantel defines the style and statement of an interior, making the selection of the right mantel for your home of utmost importance. Check out these 20 Fireplace Mantels to Set Your Fireplace on Fire!
1. Classic Fireplace Mantels
French fireplace surround by Robert Westley.
A 17th century reproduction of a one-of-a kind Gothic mantel by Francois & Co. The richly decorated high relief frieze rests on powerful jambs made of columns. The elaborate and intricate carvings include a pair of dragons that guard the central crest. A unique mantelpiece where the integrity of the original artist’s work remains astonishingly pristine. The execution of this masterpiece will have special appeal for the connoisseur.
You can paint your classic fireplace mandel in a bold color like the purple above.
2. Modern Fireplace Mantels
Polished stainless steel fireplace mantel by GAHR.
Fireplace mantel by rusted steel.
Futuristic fireplace mantels by Heat & Glo. The award-winning, high-style Solaris is a tribute to Heat & Glo innovations. Stunning aesthetics stem from an “infinity flame,” a 6-foot deep illusion of flame and lighting effects. Create a striking focal point with the world’s slimmest see-through fireplace.
3. Contemporary Fireplace Mantels
Celeste mantel is a sculpture in its own right that pushes the boundaries of geometry. The square hearth opening is balanced by the convex surface of the mantel that curls upwards as if it were about to expand. The stimulating non rectilinear-shape of this innovative design brings energy into the space.
Contemporary hand-crafted fireplace mantel by Omega Mantels.
The Monroe by Distinctive Mantels, is fashioned in the Modern style of Fireplace Mantels and based on artistic works produced during the period extending roughly from the 1860s to the 1970s. The term Modern Fireplace Mantel is associated with art in which the traditions of the past have been thrown aside in a spirit of experimentation. Modern artists experimented with new ways of seeing and with fresh ideas about the nature of materials and functions of art. A tendency toward abstraction is characteristic of much modern art. More recent artistic production is often called contemporary art or postmodern art. The Small Luxe will bring simple elegance and clean lines to your living space.
4. Ethnic Fireplace Mantels
This fireplace designed by Chandos Interiors features a single rustic timber as a mantel
5. Wood Fireplace Mantels
The Bishop House bt Sherry Hart.
Huntington Beach House by Michael Fullen Design Group.