|Fireplace Feature Wall Design -AFTER|
|carpet, tile & flush surround limestone tile|
Finishing touches included a clean line silver tone finish led light above the mantle were added later after this picture was taken. Stationary drapes were an option to be added at a later date. These drapes would run from the valances of the upper right hand and left hand windows to the floor. A stained glass piece with a Frank Lloyd Wright aesthetic influence was suggested to hang from the center upper window.
|AFTER, without the wallpaper|
I wanted to bring a sense of space separation from the high ceilings and create a more grounded feeling. Upper wall was divided from the lower wall and the "stripe" included a lower, wider trim and an upper trim which was smaller, but the same design of the larger trim. The area in between the moldings was filled with a large pattern floral wallpaper with metallics accents to add a softness to contrast the linear lines of the moldings. The "stripe" aligned with the second floor railing to create a connection between the spaces.