Add a Multi-sided Fireplace to your Open Floor Plan

Add a Multi-sided Fireplace to your Open Floor Plan

Not all fireplaces have to be single-sided and located on an outside wall.

There are many zero clearance, multi-sided gas fireplaces to choose from. A fireplace can provide more than just heat, they can also act as a space divider, and look great from all angles.

  • Island
    The Island style fireplace features 4 sides on unobstructed fire viewing area, making it an excellent focal point of any room. It can be used to separate a formal dining and formal seating area – but still keep your space one harmonious flow.
    The DaVinci is the only Island style fireplace we currently carry. But with features like power-venting and Cool Touch glass, the DaVinci will be an excellent fireplace for commercial settings and restaurants.

  • Peninsula/Pier
    If you like the look of an Island, but don’t have enough space for foot traffic on both sides, consider a peninsula or pier fireplace. You can enjoy 3 sides of fire viewing, and as an added bonus, have a little extra wall space for shelving or décor.
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  • See-thru
    Warm two rooms at once with a see-thru fireplace. The more popular rooms families love the see-thru fireplace for are dining room/living room, formal living room/family room, and kitchen/formal dining room.

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  • Single-sided
    Of course there’s still always the classic single-sided fireplace. If you are still lacking wall-space, and don’t have the budget for a see-thru, add a single-sided fireplace to one room and use the other side for your much needed shelving, decoration spots, or even a place to hang your TV.

Fireplaces come in many applications, and our showroom features see-thru, bay, island, and single-sided fireplaces. Not only in gas.

Visit us to learn more about styling your space with a fireplace!