Tis The Season For Fireplaces

Tis The Season For Fireplaces

Tis The Season For Fireplaces

by Mike Love
ML Group, LLC.
972.355.8700
MLGroupTexas.com

It may be shocking to hear, but when designing a new house, fireplaces play a big role. Many designs include multiple fireplaces for personalized indoor and outdoor living, fireplaces with chimneys, those without chimneys, and even custom hearth rooms. Like Scott Calvin proved in “The Santa Clause,” Santa doesn’t have to come down a chimney. Fireplaces are an opportunity to showcase your personality and design tastes, and they can really make a room – especially as the temperatures drop and with the holiday season upon us. Here are three reasons why a custom fireplace can provide that complete look this holiday season:

Ambiance – Fireplaces, whether indoor or outdoor, provide endless design possibilities (traditional, modern, contemporary, double-sided or open hearth) and can be customized to suit both your unique lifestyle and a certain mood or design you want to capture in a particular room.

It’s the perfect focal point – The focal point is what people are going to see when they first walk into a room. Instead of having that focal point be a couch, mirror, or television, why not make it your fireplace? You may think the only function of a fireplace is to keep you warm, but it can be an unexpected punch of style, especially in a kitchen, study or master bedroom.

Additional seating – Creating a seating area is a great way to add more functionality to your fireplace, especially if your living room is small and has limited seating options for entertaining guests. Everyone loves to cozy up to a fire; design the home that gives you that opportunity!

At the ML Group, we really get to know our clients, we take the time to listen to their dreams and ideas, and then we bring it to life with cutting-edge design that can’t be beaten. Give us a call today to discuss your ideas for the perfect indoor or outdoor fireplace.


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