It is not just the classic kitchen that looks good with the giant fireplace and its aged brick surround. Sleek, contemporary fireplaces have found their way into every room of the house and the outdoors! Giving you an aesthetic and energy-efficient way to add a fireplace to pretty much any kitchen, irrespective of its style and size, today’s fireplace is both versatile and adaptable.
If you actually think about it for a moment, the fabulous kitchen fireplace is neither an idea that is amazingly innovative, nor is it something that we have just stumbled upon. Gathering around the fire is undoubtedly as old as human civilization itself, and while the ‘fireplaces’ have changed and evolved, our urge for a sizzling hot focal point that offers heat and light has not. Adding a fireplace to the kitchen brings with it an air of luxury and style that is unparalleled. It can sometimes make use of that lonely corner in the kitchen and can bring the backdrop alive on other occasions.
Don't confuse a traditional kitchen with Old World or country. Although, like the latter two, the traditional kitchen design style is "warm and classic," with elements of English and French taste, "the colors are different," says Mary Broerman, a California-based interior designer who owns MDB Design Group in Altadena.
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