Fireplace Mantels

Close Up Of A Fireplace Mantel

The inviting warmth and crackling flames in a fireplace naturally draw people to gather around the hearth.  Historically, the fireplace has been an integral part of the home as one of its central features.  Original hearths not only warmed the room, they were the hub of food preparation and family interaction.  With today’s modern floor plans and conveniences, the fireplace has evolved from its original purpose to become a prominent architectural element with a social function.

Within the open floor plans that are so popular today, a well-designed kitchen has become the central feature of the home.  The kitchen and adjacent living spaces are combined, encouraging guests and families to mingle before and after a meal.

Within that large gathering space, the kitchen typically opens to a room featuring a fireplace mantel or an integrated entertainment center, and it makes good sense for these elements to match or complement each other.  With Dura Supreme, your kitchen cabinetry, entertainment cabinetry and fireplace mantels are all available in matching or coordinating designs, woods and finishes

Fireplace Mantels from Dura Supreme are available in 3 basic designs – or your own custom design.  Each basic design has optional choices for columns, overall styling and “frieze” options so that you can choose a look that’s just right for your home.


Carved corbels are the defining architectural element for this fireplace mantel from Dura Supreme.  With crisp white paint and a simple design, this mantel fits right in with its cottage surroundings.  Dura Supreme’s fireplace mantels can be selected with a variety of woods and finishes to create the look that’s just right for your home.

Mantel “A” shown in Antique White paint on Maple.

Mantel “A” shown in Antique White paint on Maple.


Fireplace Mantel Fluted Column

Optional fluted column shown.


Traditional Cherry hardwoods look rich and elegant framing a fireplace, especially when the styling and finish complement the cabinetry in the rest of the home.  For this fireplace mantel, “Transitional” styling was selected for the refined cove moldings used to create the mantel shelf.  Decorative panels selected for the columns blend perfectly with the cabinetry door style in the kitchen.

Mantel “C” shown in Cherry with Cinnamon/Charcoal Glaze finish.

Mantel “C” shown in Cherry with Cinnamon/Charcoal Glaze finish.


Fireplace Mantel Classic Dentil Styling

Optional “Classic Dentil” styling shown.



This craftsman-styled fireplace mantel from Dura Supreme is an appropriate complement to the bungalow architecture of this home.  The simple molding details and linear elements of this mantel create a striking architectural focal point in the family room.  Fireplace mantels from Dura Supreme can be designed to showcase the architectural style of the home.

Mantel “B” shown in Quarter Sawn Red Oak with Mission finish.

Mantel “B” shown in Quarter Sawn Red Oak with Mission finish.


Frieze D Option Fireplace Mantel With 3 Sqaure Motif

The Frieze “D” option includes a carved 3-square motif.



This stunning fireplace mantel from Dura Supreme features carved corbels below the mantel shelf.  When “Classic” styling is selected, the corbels feature an ornate acanthus leaf carving.  Decorative panels were selected for the frieze and the columns.  Crafted from Lyptus wood species, the rich color and unique grain pattern create and elegant focal point for this great room.

Mantel “A” shown in Lyptus wood species with Chestnut/Charcoal Glaze finish.

Mantel “A” shown with Chestnut/Charcoal Glaze finish.


Frieze C Fireplace Mantel

Optional arched Frieze “C” shown.