ppgk Fireplace September 14th, 2018 - 07:20:43
Stained Glass Fireplace Decorations For The Holidays. As the holidays approach. there are a whole lot of decorations to juggle around in old noggin. Questions are tossed up and decisions need to be made in a hurry. Now. in this article we are going to focus mainly on decorating one of the hallmark traditions of Christmas time - the fireplace. Now it is understandable that not all people have a fireplace. however. surely there are many that do. So this post will reveal several ways that one could decorate their fireplace for Christmas.
Colours - the colours used in the Georgian periods tends to fall into two different groups. The earlier period tended to focus on stronger shades like burgundy. sage green or blue grey. They tend to use the colours to fill entire walls. so though they might be a little overpowering for modern tastes. As the period progressed the colours tended to mellow with pea greens. sky or Wedgwood blues. These colours too were used liberally and can help your Georgian fireplace seem more at home.
If you`ve always wanted a fireplace but have never had the chance to have one. you can simply create a faux fireplace in your home. To do this. you simply need to build the exterior mantle of the fireplace against one of your walls. creating a deep open space in the middle. Once you have done that. you can then place different candle holders of varying heights in that open space. This is a great way to experience the look and feel of a fireplace without actually having one.
Some people even have kitchen fireplaces on which they cook or hang decorator pots and kettles. Baskets hanging on the mantel and pewter urns across the top help to make that type of fireplace inviting and attractive. A cat. ceramic or otherwise. adds even more charm.