Five Fireplaces with a Stained Wood Mantel - Photos and Design Ideas
Stained wood can look more formal, provide contrast to surrounding features, and serve as a stand-alone feature. Five popular stained wood mantel designs include:
1. Tile Fireplace Surround with Stained Wood Mantel
While white painted wood mantels are often blended into built in bookcases or wainscoting trim, stained wood mantels often contrast against the surrounding materials.
This wood mantel frames the mosaic tile fireplace surround. Hints of brown in the tile and wall sconces draw in the hues of the Minwax English Chestnut stain for a cohesive, but bold, centerpiece fireplace.
2. Stone Fireplace Surround with Stained Wood Mantel
Stone and stained wood details are what create the "story" in this home - these materials are carried throughout this open concept home - on the fireplace, archway wall, and kitchen column.
Wood and stone make these rooms feel warm and formal, in "Old World" style.
3. Contemporary Fireplace with Stained Cedar Wood Mantel
Cedar wood wraps the large picture windows, and tops this contemporary stone fireplace. The natural stain matches the hardwood flooring throughout the first floor.
4. See Through Fireplace with Stained Wood Mantel
This wood mantel is hand-crafted out of oak flooring material, built and stained to match the downstairs hardwoods.
The fireplace is see-through between the formal dining room and great room. Wall sconces on the foyer-side of the fireplace are used to balance the "off-center" wood mantel.
5. Stone Surround Fireplace with Stained Wood Mantel and Flagstone Hearth
This fireplace mantel was custom-built to fit above the stone surround. Wall sconces frame the wall above the mantel, which rises into the two story ceiling.
The stained wood is an elegant feature, drawing your eye towards the fireplace in this large two story living room.
How To Fireplace Design:
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