Decorate Your Home With Antique Stone, Gate And Light Fixtures

Today we have a topic dedicated to an element of nature that can make all the difference in the decoration of your house: Antique Stone Mantels. If you have followed our ideas books, you will have noticed that stone cladding is a trend; the stone is considered one of the elements that bring more beauty and comfort to a house. If you go around the coatings shops, you will see the large number of options offered in different types of stone with different colors and textures.

Reviewing several rooms of the house, we will show you several options and ideas of how to combine the rest of the decoration with this natural element.

Basically all the examples that you will see, are more rustic stones, rough, with much texture, but there are also marble, Antique Iron Gates and polished stone coatings.

From the bathroom we go to the hall of the house, an area of passage between the rooms and the staircase. This fantastic hall has as its main protagonist the stone wall that accompanies the route of the staircase, where once again we can see the combination of rustic and modern.

The stones and wooden steps are rustic due to their materials, but the design of the steps and the glass used as protection lead us to a minimalist and contemporary trend; the fact that the pieces of stone are not all the same size, breaks the monotony that could be created by the color of stone and wood.

Now we are in the room which is undoubtedly more modern than rustic. Despite the presence of stone, this style of decoration has nothing rural. The room is very spacious and integrates with the kitchen; the tones of light wood, white and dark gray on the roof predominate.

The stone wall works like a small accent in the middle of the decoration so clean; Contrary to the previous examples, here we can see pieces of very large stone which draws more attention and reinforces the small detail of the wall that ends up being very large.

We would all like to have Reproduction Fireplace Mantels at home, who know how good we feel with its warmth and comfort and for those who do not have one; they know what a fault it is. Here we have a fireplace whose wall in which it is inserted, is all covered with stone. In addition to being a heat conducting material, it gives a special touch to this division.