If you are looking for a home style with staying power that will be as relevant in the future as it is today, then consider the enduring power of a timeless classic style.
Many designers propose incorporating antique pieces to give your space a sense of history that can forever be expanded upon, and what better piece than an artistically hand carved stone fireplace mantel. They project the romantic reflection of the past and continue to be a centuries’ old timeless love affair.
Traditional styles of stone mantels are enduring and resonate the nostalgic charm of an ancient era in terms of scaling and carving detail while providing a refreshing escape from today’s fast paced lifestyle.
Greek Inspired Fireplace Mantels
The Tudor Gothic design for the limestone mantel portrays the transition from the late medieval era (Gothic designs) towards more classical designs in England during the 15th and 16th centuries.
A look into French country style limestone mantel conveys the simplicity sought in this era evolving from the sophistication and sumptuousness of the 17th century French Renaissance Style.
The Tuscan farmhouse style, similar to that of the country French style in its simplicity, distinguishes itself from the sophisticated Italian renaissance design while maintain its boldness.
The formal, hand carved Louis XV mantels, named after the French king who reigned from the age of five in 1710 until his death in 1774, are reproduced in limestone.
The Italian Baroque designs from the Baroque era in Italy which lasted from the early 17th to the mid-18th century are well known for their finely carved details.
Art Deco Fireplace Mantels
Arriving to the popular bold, beautiful yet simple Art Deco Style from the 1920s and 1930s, this fireplace mantel in its minimalist contemporary setting is truly classical and elegant.
More traditional architectural style mantels