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June 06, 2008


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Please one more post about that.I wonder how you got so good. This is really a fascinating blog, lots of stuff that I can get into. One thing I just want to say is that your Blog is so perfect


Colleen, I need to have a bit more information. Is this fireplace inset into the wall? In other words, what is on either side of the fireplace? Does the window touch the mantel? How tall is the window? If at all possible send a photo I can make a computer rendering to show exactly what to do. In the mean time I will put together some ideas. Stay tuned.


My mom and dad are building a new home and it has a challenging fireplace. It's very deep-with the mantel being 31 inches deep and there's a window above it. I don't have a photo, but any ideas you might have would be appreciated. Thanks


Angela, I agree with you. I'm going to post another good example soon. Do you have a photo you would like to share with us or any tips on how to decorate a fireplace mantel?

Angela Todd Designs

Bravo for writing on this topic. I find clients are most confused with scale on the fireplace - lining up items like little soldiers. "Attention!"

I love how the red and leopard pillow on the sofa unify and update the look.

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