The history of stone fireplace can be
traced back to 16th Century when stone walls were cut and fireplaces
were formed. It has been a source of providing heat since ancient
From mere functional objects to the classy objects of art, fireplaces
gained popularity when Victorians started using them to add elegance
and warmth to their interiors.
Fireplace designs range from traditionally carved to contemporary,
from antique look to abstract designs. The price varies according to
style and carving. It also depends on the kind of stone used.
Cast stone has been the most popular material for manufacturing
fireplaces. It possesses a neutral look so the stone can be used to
complement any kind of decor. It is the most durable of all the stones
available. Marble, Granite, Limestone are other popular choices for
Stone fireplaces impart an elegant look to interiors as well as
exteriors. It reflects an individual's personal taste and style and
add a touch of class; it should also complement the decor.
The stone fireplaces are available in different finish and styles to
give the room a welcoming warmth.