When you finally decided to start building your new home you don’t necessarily think of aesthetics very much. It’s only about functionality. You just want the basics like a spacious and spacious living space and a task center that can accommodate all your essential items. Usually, this is where you can find inspiration of your dreams. For example, did you know that this is an attic? Everybody knows about the pitched roof but few really know also how to build the walls around the fireplace and the other surfaces in the space. Well, if you want to build a fireplace that can also be used as a mantle it should be installed at a height of around 30’’. But this is only the beginning of it.
But let’s take a look at the beautiful interior design that revives your creativity and imagination. To make a similar one you either need to add standard decorations with no too many details or you can use old boards found at any home improvement store. If you want the fireplace to look like it’s actually new you can paint its entire exterior, without unnoticeable painting on the walls you build around it. If you don’t want a classic fireplace you can just add a modern dowel rod to the center of the room and you can put a floor-mounted light fixture above it.
Before you even consider the classical design, this one will remain a great example. It’s actually a multifunctional fireplace made from reclaimed postcards from the postcards. It sounds like an unusual idea but it actually works and you can use it as inspiration in more projects that you could also do in your own home. There are a lot of advantages that come with it and that includes the fact that it can be used as a freestanding unit which you can place anywhere.
It’s quite rare to see a fireplace that has built-in appliances like a fireplace, sofas or chairs etc. but apparently there are more designs to choose from than you think. So take a look around and maybe find some inspiration for your own home.