Fireplace In Bathroom

Fireplace In Bathroom

DesignRulz 27 November 2012 shares Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn StumbleUpon Digg Flipboard Bathroom fireplaces – probably unnecessary, but awesome! We all know that a hot bath is a good way to forget about working day problems. How can you make your bathroom even better for that task? To make a fireplace there. The warm fire, the crackling of burning wood, and the soft glow are perfect to create a relaxing mood. Nowadays installing a fireplace in the bathroom is not too hard. There are a lot of semi-portable electrical solutions and they are almost as good as built-in fireplaces. While fireplaces have traditionally been found in living rooms, dens and occasionally bedrooms, the idea of soaking in the bathtub while a cozy fire glows nearby is gaining popularity. A well-designed bathroom adds a significant boost to a home’s resale value, and fireplaces are a sought-after feature as well. In fact, a fireplace is one of the top three features requested by consumers out to buy new homes. photos source: Pinterest.com  Not so long ago, adding a fireplace meant installing a traditional, full-size mantel placed over a fireplace opening that’s sitting on a hearth. Today, however, a huge variety of prefab fireplace designs — from classic to sleekly modern — means that homeowners can find a perfect fit for any type or size bathroom straight out of the box.  Looks like you entered the bathromm of an ancient castle shares Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn StumbleUpon Digg Flipboard Comments comments Posted in Bathroom Spaces for living medianet_width=’600′; medianet_height= ‘250’; medianet_crid=’655449965′;
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Fireplace In Bathroom

shares Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn StumbleUpon Digg Flipboard Bathroom fireplaces – probably unnecessary, but awesome! We all know that a hot bath is a good way to forget about working day problems. How can you make your bathroom even better for that task? To make a fireplace there. The warm fire, the crackling of burning wood, and the soft glow are perfect to create a relaxing mood. Nowadays installing a fireplace in the bathroom is not too hard. There are a lot of semi-portable electrical solutions and they are almost as good as built-in fireplaces. While fireplaces have traditionally been found in living rooms, dens and occasionally bedrooms, the idea of soaking in the bathtub while a cozy fire glows nearby is gaining popularity. A well-designed bathroom adds a significant boost to a home’s resale value, and fireplaces are a sought-after feature as well. In fact, a fireplace is one of the top three features requested by consumers out to buy new homes. photos source: Pinterest.com  Not so long ago, adding a fireplace meant installing a traditional, full-size mantel placed over a fireplace opening that’s sitting on a hearth. Today, however, a huge variety of prefab fireplace designs — from classic to sleekly modern — means that homeowners can find a perfect fit for any type or size bathroom straight out of the box.  Looks like you entered the bathromm of an ancient castle shares Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn StumbleUpon Digg Flipboard Comments comments
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Fireplace In Bathroom

A bathroom with a fireplace? Yes, please! Such a bathroom is very cozy and relaxing – just imagine! Two elements for you to enjoy your rest! The styles may be very different, and a fireplace would fit into any interior. Have a look at the examples: retro copper bathtub with an exquisite fireplace, a modern bathtub decorated with wood and a metal fireplace, a stone bathtub and a fireplace of the same material. But a fireplace may be not only near a bathtub but also near washbasins, that would make your getting up more pleasant. Enjoy the picture gallery and choose your idea!
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Fireplace In Bathroom

In some older houses, small bedrooms that already have existing fireplaces are renovated into larger baths, and the fireplace is kept in place. But most of these older fireplaces burn wood — which can be messy and bad for air quality, particularly in a moist environment such as a bathroom. However, many wood-burning fireplaces can be converted with a gas or electric fireplace insert. Fireplace inserts are simply closed stove boxes that fit inside the existing fireplace. Installing an insert can offer significant savings on a home’s energy costs, as drafts don’t come in or out of the house via the old fireplace’s vent or chimney, and newer inserts offer a highly efficient heat source for a single room.
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Fireplace In Bathroom

Not so long ago, adding a fireplace meant installing a traditional, full-size mantel placed over a fireplace opening that’s sitting on a hearth. Today, however, a huge variety of prefab fireplace designs — from classic to sleekly modern — means that homeowners can find a perfect fit for any type or size bathroom straight out of the box. The Heat & Glo Crescent II model, for example, even allows homeowners to nestle a small fireplace in an unused corner.
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Fireplace In Bathroom

 Not so long ago, adding a fireplace meant installing a traditional, full-size mantel placed over a fireplace opening that’s sitting on a hearth. Today, however, a huge variety of prefab fireplace designs — from classic to sleekly modern — means that homeowners can find a perfect fit for any type or size bathroom straight out of the box.
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Fireplace In Bathroom

Bathroom fireplaces – probably unnecessary, but awesome! We all know that a hot bath is a good way to forget about working day problems. How can you make your bathroom even better for that task? To make a fireplace there. The warm fire, the crackling of burning wood, and the soft glow are perfect to create a relaxing mood. Nowadays installing a fireplace in the bathroom is not too hard. There are a lot of semi-portable electrical solutions and they are almost as good as built-in fireplaces.
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Fireplace In Bathroom

While fireplaces have traditionally been found in living rooms, dens and occasionally bedrooms, the idea of soaking in the bathtub while a cozy fire glows nearby is gaining popularity. Realtors have long known that a well-designed bathroom adds a significant boost to a home’s resale value, and fireplaces are a sought-after feature as well. In fact, according to the National Association of Home Builders, a fireplace is one of the top three features requested by consumers out to buy new homes. Put that fireplace in the bath, and you have a room with a real wow factor.
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Installing a fireplace insert can be quite simple, as with the Heat & Glo Crescent Model, which can be sized for virtually any pre-existing opening and literally plugged right in and turned on. Gas fireplace inserts are a bit more complex and require a hook-up to a house’s existing gas line.
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This high ceiling bathroom splashes an array of detailed texture, with floral print wall and area rug paired against beige tile flooring. Full height exterior glass leads to a patio, while large pedestal tub stands across from marble wrapped fireplace.
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This ultra-luxurious bathroom is dominated by the soaking tub at center, surrounded by four large stone pillars. The fireplace is mounted in the wall above the tub, while rich tile spreads in every direction.
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This brightly lit, minimalist bathroom features a central strip of natural wood planks bisecting the tile floor, where the pedestal tub sits. Glossy grey tiles surround a discreet wall mounted fireplace below a rack of pearl-adorned lighting.
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One very popular option in master suites is a two-way fireplace, like the Napoleon Natural Vent Multi-View Model. These types of fireplaces are situated in the wall between the bathroom and bedroom, and they can be seen and enjoyed from either room.
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While older, wood-burning fireplaces required stacking wood and stoking the flames, today’s gas and electric models, as well as many inserts, come with a remote control. The “fire” can be ignited or scaled back with the push of a button as a homeowner lounges in the tub. Some models also come with wall-mounted thermostats and timers, meaning that just like a coffeemaker, the fireplace can be programmed to start and warm up the bathroom just before morning wake-up or evening wind-down times.
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The cost and time for installing a fireplace in a bathroom can range from only a few hundred dollars and a DIY weekend afternoon for a simple electric unit, to thousands of dollars and a professional installation for larger, high-end gas units that require attachment to a home’s gas line. There are myriad price and design options within this wide range.
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While fireplaces have traditionally been found in living rooms, dens and occasionally bedrooms, the idea of soaking in the bathtub while a cozy fire glows nearby is gaining popularity. A well-designed bathroom adds a significant boost to a home’s resale value, and fireplaces are a sought-after feature as well. In fact, a fireplace is one of the top three features requested by consumers out to buy new homes.
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We have gathered a selection of fantastic images to display the unique sense of luxury afforded by this setup. Along with the fireplace, many of these bathrooms house fine elements such as marble, hardwood flooring, intricate tile work, glass enclosed showers, and more. Keep an eye out for particularly standout details like stone pillars, modern pedestal tubs, and innovative lighting hardware.

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