Your Fireplace Can Still Be A Fabulous Focal Point Of The Room! Even though the season's change and it is too warm for a blazing fire, you can use your fireplace to create a mood and cozy atmosphere. Light up a room without building a fire. Whether your fireplace is functional or purely decorative, Here are some warm-weather ideas for filling your empty fireplace box.
Add candles and some white string lights with a few of your favorite summer treasures to create a warm glow.
A Charming display to fit your rooms decorationg style. Here a Cricket cage, soda crates, picnic basket and wood plant pots.
Bringing the outdoors in: Lovely green plants and a tree stump dress this brick fireplace.
Fill the fireplace with potted boxwoods.
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Bring in Natural Surroundings, Simplicity is key when filling a unused or non-working fireplace to brim with wood.
Clay pots and saucers in all shapes and sizes stacked in a few different combinations. The height variations of thick candles placed on top of the pots or saucers and a few starfish finish the look. Light the candles at night for a wonderful ambience.
Adding a bit of summer around the house. Driftwood in the fireplace, candles sitting on old fish net buoys and shells and starfish make up this beach inspired fireplace display.
All-white vases in different sizes and shapes offer a visually united vignette for displaying fresh flowers and ferns.
Do you decorate the fireplace during the off seasons? What are your favorite decorative elements to use?
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