Focus On Fireplace Mantels

The open floor plan, where the kitchen and the main living area become one large space, continues to fill the need for the way the average family lives today. Gone are the closed off kitchens and the formal living rooms used only on holidays or for entertaining special guests.

Fireplace Mantle that matches the entertainment wall cabinets.

When you are planning the kitchen in your open space, consider what other architectural elements will be visible in addition to the cabinetry.  Often times in a great room living space there is a fireplace, and typically there is a mantel of some type.  The idea of having the kitchen cabinetry coordinating with the other architectural elements, such as a fireplace mantel, can bring a cohesive look to a large space.

Dura Supreme offers three distinct mantel styles each with multiple styling options allowing the homeowner and designer to create a unique look that will coordinate beautifully with all of the other design elements in the room.  Mantels are available in all wood and finish combinations that are currently offered.  Items that can be customized include the width, height and depth.  Styling options include a variety of molding choices, column and frieze styles, and corbels.

A white painted fireplace mantleon a dark indigo blue wall.  

A Craftsman styled fireplace mantle made to match the Arts & Crafts styled cabinets throughout the home.

Close up of a fireplace mantle with fluted columns an a classic corbel under the mantle shelf.

A classic traditional fireplace mantle design with Flat Paneled Columns and Classic Dentil Molding under the mantle shelf.

A fireplace mantle and surround with an arched frieze, traditional molding, raised panel columns and detailed classic corbels with dark stained wood.

With so many possibilities, creating the perfect mantel to reflect your personal style has never been easier.

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