Ethanol fireplace minimalist look
Having a modern fireplace at home is still ongoing. The trend shows that more and more people are opting for ethanol fireplace and indeed to that which is provided as a line of fire. Many of them are also a bioethanol fireplace, which should be sustainable and environmentally friendly. Typical of a modern ethanol fireplace is the minimalist look. In addition, the flames are not just decorative wood heating, but sand, stone or glass. It is not so much the illusion of a traditional home, but only in the warmth and beauty of fire. Today we show you 10 modern minimalist designs for an ethanol fireplace. Discover them all for yourself and try to imagine what would be best for you at home. Above you can see the first modern fireplace design. It is located in a home in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. Designed by Nicole Hollis, this black and white interior fascinates with its simplicity and elegance. Below you can see the elegant design ethanol fireplace and stone veneer with Virginia Ledgestone - all designed by architect Mark English. It is a unique play of elements - fire, air and stone.
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