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Can you believe spring is here? Soon we’ll be shedding our coats, watching Central Park bloom, and relaxing on our favorite restaurants’ patios.But even with the arrival of spring, you can go on enjoying your fireplace. To celebrate the season, here are some of our favorite fireplace designs, perfect for a spring eve. Sit back and enjoy a dose of fresh, bright design inspiration!
We’re pleased to offer our customers & collaborators complimentary tickets to the incredible Architectural Digest Design Show. HearthCabinet™ Ventless Fireplaces will be exhibiting in Booth #140, curated by New York Designer Wesley Moon Inc. Complimentary tickets are limited. We look forward to seeing you there!
The Hearth is the center of the room. It’s the source of light and warmth - the natural spot around which to gather. We’ve always been inspired by the flickering flame of a fireplace, but there’s another aspect of the Hearth that deserves its fair share of light: the mantel or surround.
Although wintertime often grips New York City in an icy and snowy embrace, people from around the world still travel to this top tourist destination for fine dining, shopping and rollicking activities. Regardless of winter activities, travelers love hotels that have fireplaces so they can warm up before or after being on the go for a full day of activities. With conventional fireplaces being a rarity, there’s a good chance that the hotel suite, lobby, or restaurant fireplaces you find around New York City are HearthCabinet ventless fireplaces. Here is a selection of some of the hotels that have luxurious HearthCabinet Ventless Fireplaces to cozy up to with glass of wine and good company.
Every year when the leaves start to fall and the temperature drops, we start looking for ways to add a touch of heat and warmth to our homes and social gatherings. Nothing achieves this quite like fireplaces – they are central to our history and the perfect way to create a relaxing atmosphere. There are more fireplace options available now than ever before and HearthCabinet President, Arthur Lasky, an architect for over 30 years, has come across all of them, each with their own unique advantages and disadvantages.
New York City is filled with bars and restaurants that are more than a place to get a meal or a drink. They represent an experience. The food is an important component, of course, but so is the restaurant design and the ambiance that comes with it. Along with overall decor and style, one major component of restaurant interior design in New York is the inclusion of fireplaces.
Even though our HearthCabinet Ventless Fireplaces do not require chimneys or ongoing maintenance, we enjoy all types of fireplaces and encourage people to use them safely and keep them well maintained throughout each year. As it gets into the cooler fall and winter seasons, there’s nothing quite like enjoying a crackling fire with the crisp fall air. Although, fireplace owners must realize that as they begin to use their fireplace more in the colder months, fireplace maintenance and chimney cleaning are necessary to ensure a safe and enjoyable fireplace experience.
Many people use the terms “modern” and “contemporary” interchangeably, but in the design world, the two words have different connotations. In design, the term “modern” refers to a particular era, which is from the 1920s to the 1950s, while the word “contemporary” indicates a style that is current now. In living room design, consider the size of your space, color preferences and favorite design elements before deciding whether to decorate in a modern or contemporary style.
Did you know that HearthCabinet Ventless Fireplaces are not only for indoor use and can be installed outside? Summer isn’t complete without spending time outdoors fireside with your favorite people. Whether you're enjoying a staycation on your rooftop terrace or a lovely alfresco dinner in your backyard HearthCabinet Ventless Fireplaces allow you to enjoy a beautiful real golden and crackling fire virtually anywhere you want - no gas, electricity or connection of any kind are required.