Kathie's Lanterns and fireplaces
I love fireplaces. and I love lanterns put them together you have a wonderful atmosphere to enjoy. In-side or out-side of your home. I will be sharing these on my Facebook page.
design indulgence: CHRISTMAS 2013
Stunning fireplace in a Swedish apartment
Spring Mantel with Sensational Succulents - Creative ideas for bringing in natural elements by @Jenna_Burger, SASinteriors.net
Cape Cod Contemporary | Hendel Homes
Private Residence | Phoenix, AZ
SUPER in love with this fireplace...not so much the mirror, but I want the fireplace
The Shabby Nest
Basketweave Rattan Mirror. Great texture on that woven frame. Nice over a mantel as pictured below, or, again, in an entry where its tactile qualities would shine. I can also see this one and three others, hung close together, two over two, on a tall wall in a voluminous living or family room. If you like the tropical look of a Barclay Butera beach interior, this is the perfect mirror for you.
The Fat Hydrangea: Parade of Homes - this blog has great pics and house tours!
Our fireplace and mantel turned out a bit like this, except ours is bigger. Same style of rustic-edged stone hearth and big beam mantel. A big fireplace like this demands big accessories, so I love the lanterns on the hearth. Not loving the painting though.
A fall mantel I can get behind. It's simplistic and perfect and manages to use my two favorite colors (blue and green) and still convey the warmness I want as the weather cools.
Nantucket Room: Plentiful, comfortable seating around the fireplace in the living room encourages conversation and family time. The open plan welcomes entertaining with easy movement from room-to-room. Slipcovers, sisal carpets, wood floors, and washable walls of painted V-groove wood help to keep the space low-maintaince. Wicker seating and additional nautical touches—a model ship, candle lanterns on either side of the hearth and an anchor on the mantle—create a casual, Cape-style theme.
nautical touches—a model ship, candle lanterns on either side of the hearth and an anchor on the mantle
Mix and match flameless candles with candleholders, gourds and lanterns and layer atop the mantle. The casual nature makes for a theme that's easy to echo throughout the home on consoles and tables. #potterybarn
Relaxed living room of designer Erin Paige Pitts’ Chesapeake Bay vacation home . Traditional Home.