Wednesday, 3 October 2012

Just When You Thought You'd Seen It All

Most of us have seen the now almost predictable styling of wooden fireplace surrounds from a majority of the manufacturers. With either very traditional carving and corbels or featuring very simple clean lines for a more contemporary finish with a single colour back panel and hearth.
However OER have released the new Lineare Fireplace Surround, shown left, which as you can see is unlike anything else on the market from any other manufacturer at the moment. The clean lines of the legs, are  complemented and contrasted by the header, featuring a linear detailing that not only gives a good aesthetic pattern, it also offers some relief, with each linear piece of the pattern at a different height to others. This means that while some fireplace surrounds can be considered 'boring' the Lineare Fireplace Surround is far from boring.

Another exciting feature that sets this fireplace out from the rest is the back panel and hearth, traditionally a single piece of granite, marble or slate,the Lineare Fireplace surround comes with Quartzite and Ochre Chiselled Stone back panel and Quartzite hearth, truly unique and creates a very attractive finish.With the added bonus of being suitable for both standard gas and electric fires as well as a solid fuel appliances.

Shown above with the Meg Inset 4.5kW inset stove, creating that rustic warmth that you can only get from a solid fuel fire and shown right with an open-fronted gas fire, showing that this fireplace works beautifully with whatever fire you have inside, gas, electric or solid fuel.

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