Celebrities and their Fireplaces

You do not have to be rich and famous to create a sense of opulence and luxury in your own home and with a little help from Fireplace.co.uk  the task of creating the fireplace centre piece of your home is easier and more affordable than you think!

Although we all know we cannot all live the multi-millionaire lifestyle of the stars viewing celebrity fireplaces and home décor is a great way of gaining inspiration and an aide memoire to refine our own ideas of how you want your own homes to look, feel and contribute to the lifestyle you want to enjoy.  Some of the designs that follow are realistically way out of reach for the vast majority of us but you might surprise yourself what can be achieved with a little bit of imagination and inspiration.   

No other architectural feature adds as much character to your home, contemporary or traditional, as a fireplace. By adding a fire and fireplace to your home can increase its value by as much as 12%. Most newly built home as are now being built with at least one fireplace.    A recent survey showed a fireplace in one of the top three most desirable features of a home.  In addition with the way energy prices have been spiralling out of control in the medium to long term you might be surprised at the money you save in the short, medium and long term. 

Regardless of your own personal tastes and style preferences you are sure to pick up some ideas by sneaking a preview of how the stars and celebrities capitalise on making the fireplace the centre of their lifestyle, room, and home.  From a design point of view upgrading, renovating or installing fireplace offers you the unique opportunity of making an individual personal statement about you, your home, and the lifestyle that you, your family, and friends will enjoy for many years to come. 

For more useful information tips and ideas for renovating, updating or  choosing a fire follow the link Why and How to Choose a Fire, Stove, Hearth and Fire Surround or speak to one of Fireplace.co. uk 's registred service providers or retail showrooms


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This fireplace forms the center piece of Cher’s Malibu home. Depending on your budget materials ranging from natural stone, cast iron to reinforced glass fibred concrete or gypsum can be used to achieve a similar baronial effect






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One we should all recognise and be familiar with directly out of fantasy land. The heartwarming fireplace from the Hobbit fire  courtesy of J.R.R. Tolkein The Hobbit






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 The Colorado ranch of Ralph Lauren’s fireplace is notable for its rustic design and architectural setting.  The whole scene epitomises the ideal of an American weekend cabin retreat.





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The Connecticut home of Joan Rivers’ with its imposing split faced stone, rustic oval matle and hard woos framed mirror gives the fireplace a very commanding prescence in an otherwisevey cosy room.






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The tiled living room fireplace and simple hard wood mantle of Linda Ronstadt’s home creates an art and crafts feel much enhanced by the elegant above mantle alcove and side lights.







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Jamie lee Curtis' characterised by clean lines equally impressive sculptured stone and plaster fire surround.




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The tiled living room fire surround and Georgian Style mantel of Martin Sheen in his light and airy Santa Monica home. 





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Lionel Ritchie’s Beverly Hills home features a monumental natural stone fire surround with a deep mantel






For more useful information tips and ideas for renovating, updating or  choosing a fire follow the link Why and How to Choose a Fire, Stove, Hearth and Fire Surround or speak to one of Fireplace.co. uk 's registred service providers or retail showrooms


by Phil Cleaver


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