Transforming A Bad Architectural Feature
Sometimes a home has great bones and a great floor plan, but somewhere along the line architectural features were added that don’t make sense for the home and were certainly not a great choice for the space.
I wanted to turn this fireplace into a focal point enhancing the space with the correct proportions and style for this home. In this circumstance, the fireplace wrapped around to the next room. So I decided to use tile to create texture and interest in this whole boxed-in fireplace area. This makes everything visually interesting, even from the side of the fireplace, which is seen from the front door.
When dealing with odd architectural features here are a few things to consider:
Can this architectural feature be eliminated entirely? Would this improve the space? What else would need to be changed in order to eliminate this feature?
Can this feature be designed into something that is pleasing for the space?
Does this feature have the potential to become an engaging focal point?
In the case of this double-sided fireplace project, it fell into the focal point category and the right design decisions transformed the entire living space.
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