Fröhliche Farbakzente, ein durch die Wand gehender Kamin und der schwellenlose Übergrnag lassen den lichtdurchfluteten Wintergarten freundlich und wohnlich erscheinen.
____________________________________________Jan Haeselich Fotografie
When you have large blank areas like the space over the fireplace, you need to hang pieces that have enough presence and are unique. This fireplace is now watched over by this golden haired leaded glass mermaid made by a local artisan.. She is a nice presence on the fireplace wall and is flanked by a seafaring lantern and some blue embroidered wicker baskets holding warm blankets for curling up with to read a book.
Photographed by John Magor
Now this room is aglow with warmth and gives you the space to enjoy either what's going on in the adjoining kitchen and living room, or to gaze outside at the expansive back yard. A comfy niche to attract buyers!
I added an exposed wooden beam across the top of this room to give the room a natural element to make you feel like you were outside. Since this room was an addition you can see the original exterior brick surrounding the fireplace. I was able to open the fireplace into this room creating a two sided fireplace and took the red/yellow brick and painted it a natural cream color to compliment the wall color I chose. Painting the brick a flat color made it look and feel more natural. You could stand all the way at the back of the home and see the front door from this room as it is a very open concept home.
Photo Credit: Kimberly Schneider
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