Accessories For Your Fireplace
Accessories For Your Fireplace
If you’re thinking about buying a new fireplace for the living room, then you might need to take some time and think about what accessories to buy in order to make it truly your own. In this article, we’ll be going over different types of accessories that will work best with your fireplace.
Why You Should Incorporate Fireplace Accessories In Your Home
Adding accessories to your fireplace not only adds a bit of character and warmth to the room, but it can also help you save on your heating and cooling bills. Below are a few ideas for accessories that you can add to your fireplace that will make it more cozy and comfortable:
Choose from logs for a small, indoor fireplace or a large, outdoor living area fireplace. There are also options for vent-free and multi-sided gas logs.
Doors and Screens:
A popular addition to fireplaces for over 30 years have been doors and screens. Whether you need to keep children or animals safe, or just want to add a touch of elegance, custom designs and installation are available at Elegant Fireside and Patio.
If you are looking for a more modern or contemporary style, we offer fireglass and fire art. Many are opting to incorporate the geometric shapes of our metal sculpture burners.
Want to hang the stockings or have a place for Mom and Dad’s picture? At Elegant Fireside and Patio in Plano, we have a massive selection of fireplace mantels. From pre-made sizes all the way to custom-made sizes, we surely have a mantel that will add the finishing touch to your fireplace. We can fit any design you want, whether it involves reclaimed wood, light weight concrete, or classic surround mantles.
Our wood mantels are available in pine, oak, walnut, ash, cherry, and many more options. They can be shipped pre-stained or painted, but you can also order them unfinished and ready for your own beautiful finish. Our selections include Forshaw, Magrahearth, FPX, and Pearl mantels. If you can’t find a mantel to fall in love with here, we would say you’re going to be hard pressed to find it anywhere else! Give us a call or stop by to see our finishes and styles. We’ll help you find that perfect finish to your beautiful fireplace.
Types of Fireplaces
There are a few different types of fireplaces, each with its own benefits and drawbacks. Here are the most common types:
Gas Fireplace: A gas fireplace is the most popular type of fireplace because it’s easy to use and there are a variety of accessories available to make it look really nice. The downside is that gas fireplaces are expensive to operate, and they produce a lot of heat which can be very dangerous in high-traffic areas.
Electric Fireplace: An electric fireplace is similar to a gas fireplace in that it uses natural gas or electricity to heat up the room. They’re also relatively easy to use, but they do require an outlet close by so you can power them up. Electric fireplaces tend to be cheaper to operate than gas fireplaces, but they don’t produce as much heat.
Wood Burning Fireplace: A wood burning fireplace is the oldest type of fireplace and is still the most popular. It works by burning hardwood logs on an open fire which produces heat, light and ambiance. Wood burning fireplaces can be quite expensive to buy and install, but they’re often worth it because they last
How to Choose a Fireplace
When you’re looking for the perfect accessories for your fireplace, make sure to consider the weather. In the winter, a fire can add a touch of warmth to your living room. In summer, it can be a great place to relax and enjoy the outdoors. Depending on your needs, you may want to choose different accessories for your fireplace. Here are some tips on choosing the right ones:
If you live in an area with cold winters, you may want to choose a fire that produces more heat, such as a wood or pellet fireplace. If you live in an area with mild winters, a gas fireplace may be a better option because it doesn’t use any fuel and has no emissions. If you have a stone or brick fireplace, you may want to choose decorative accessories that will harmonize with the style of your home.
If you don’t currently have a fireplace, don’t worry! There are many ways to add heat and atmosphere to your home without one. You can buy an electric fireplace or install a special heating pad near your existing furniture. You can also buy decorative logs or sculptures that will look great in your home and produce heat when placed on the floor near
How To Take Care Of Your Furniture in a Traditional Place
When you’re ready to move your furniture into the new place, make sure you take the time to give it a proper cleaning and care. Here are a few tips for caring for your furniture in a traditional setting:
-Wipe down all surfaces with a soft cloth or damp cloth.
-Remove any built-up dust or dirt with a vacuum cleaner.
-If the furniture is made of wood, apply a clear sealant to protect it from moisture and insects.
-Clean any spills immediately with a wet cloth or sponge.
-If you have leather furniture, be sure to condition it regularly with a leather cream or moisturizer.
Final Thoughts on Accessories For Your Fireplace
When you are ready to add some final touches to your fireplace, it’s important to think about what accessories will make the experience even more enjoyable. Here are a few tips for choosing the right accessories for your fireplace:
– A mantle – A mantle is the perfect place to display your favorite pictures and keepsake items. A well-crafted mantle can add a touch of elegance and warmth to your home.
– Logs – If you want to add realism and warmth to your fireplace, we can help you choose logs that are realistic in appearance and size.
Visit our Showroom at Elegant Fireside for your Fireplace Accessories!
Visit our Showroom at Elegant Fireside for your Dream Fireplace!
Our showroom has over 30 working fireplaces, making us the largest burning display showroom in the Dallas area. Whether you are looking for a fireplace, stove, inserts, gas logs, gas lights, grills, fire pit or fire & water features, our professionals are eagerly waiting to assist you in selecting just the right fire feature for your home. Give us a call at (972) 846-4878 or contact us online today to book your visit.