A beautiful rustic living room with pine built-ins on either side of the imposing mortar and stone fireplace. Some is good too much is bad and the style of faux greenery you are using makes a difference as well.
For example a large fireplace may benefit from taller potted plants like trees or bushes.
Plants on either side of fireplace. In the center of the mantle I placed a favorite small faux green in a terracotta pot. Looks like plenty of room to play with to me and still keep a clean look. Could really use some tall plants or something to create some height.
But until then command hooks could working for hanging anything The wreath artwork mirror cute garlandbunting etc. This eclectic living room features a small stone fireplace wicker chairs paired with a. Next to the fireplace I have a beautiful blanket ladder to add some charm and warmth.
Cascading petunia vinca and asparagus fern look lovely hanging over a beds edges. The style of faux greenery has changed in the past few. Using a broader chimney breast as the backdrop for your bedhead makes for such a beautiful way to exhibit your bed as something extra special.
By arranging your seating strategically around it you can create a comfortable and inviting communal area to hang out with your loved ones and guests. And use plug-in sconces for light on either side of the fireplace. Someone suggested an uplight from the plant as well.
The general rule of thumb is that a masonry fireplace should be swept before 18 of. Sitting in the LR the fireplace is an important FoPt and should be styled in keeping with bw accent colors. The chest provides a way to store games throw blankets and items that dont need to be accessed every day but can be kept close at hand.
I definitely think some styling and larger art work needs to happen on either side of the shelvingfireplace wall. Leave some edges clear though for sit-down gardening or just sitting down. Some houses have a big fireplace placed dead center so there is not doubt as to the rooms FoPt.
Flower wreaths are also nice for any occasion. I think that would look fantastic. For Christmas you can use pine cones Christmas tree branches and decorations for Halloween you can display pumpkins around the fireplace or hang spooky decorations etc.
If ever there was an idea to accent your bedhead this has to be it. The old rule that the front yard is for the public and the backyard is for fun and family is sometimes better broken. The two-drawer chest has a Greek key design with.
On either side of the art I placed real indoor plants in terracotta pots. I would go for A something to offset the symmetry B overhead lighting perhaps staggered potlights. You could hang plants from the ceiling to bring in greenery.
The wooden mantle matches the rest of the wood in the room. So lets get started with Matts pet peeve and decorating mistake number 1. The bw styled credenza introduces the color accents of bw with touches of green plants.
Use a decorative folding screen to hide the fireplace opening or place real dried or artificial plants in front of the opening. Build a nice wooden mantel and add some decor or plants on either side of the fireplace. One good chimney fire will usually crack these tiles rendering them ineffective.
The tile liners used in most masonry fireplaces are fine as long as the fireplace is properly maintained and not exposed to chimney fires. This is a mobile fireplace capped off by a dome shape roof with metal screens surrounding the firewood chamber. A shelf sounds like a great solution.
A tree on either side of the fireplace can create an attractive and symmetric visual for your décor. Add a large mirror in the center or some frames and vases to the mantle and you will have a pleasant arrangement. Clean out the fireplace ashes and safely dispose of them.
I feel like this room has so much symmetry already in the placement of steps on either side of the fireplace as well as the layout of furniture. This home has used panelling and a colour change either side of the picture rail for an easy way to make something that looks expensive. The holidays provide you with the perfect opportunity to dress the fireplace mantel and the fireplace in general in a festive way.
Green ornamental plants could be found on either side of the fireplace a good accent to the neutral brown color of the outdoor tiles and light mustard upholstery on the sofa. Building out could be a good option but as Emily K said more difficult and expensive to do. Where ever one walks and sits has FoPt potential.