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Arteriors Home Fireplace Accessories
New collection of fireplace accessories from Arteriors. All images credited to Arteriors. More information at www.arteriorshome.com.
Hammond Andrions, Set of 2, $750. These sophisticated metal spheres pump up the drama quotient in spaces they inhabit and provide a strong architectural shape for hearths in need of decoration. The spheres are finished in polished nickel and the base is cast iron.
Hartman Screen, $1,200. If you incorporated circles into a Mondrian painting, you might end up with a pattern similar to this. We adore the geometry and think it would be great in a mid-century inspired interior. Antique nickel finish.
Georgie Screen, $1,800. Five Gothic inspired metal mesh panels hinge together to create an undulating screen. The natural iron finish emphasizes the antique look.
Holbrook Andirons, Set of 2, $600. Rectangular iron andirons finished in antique brass have been meticulously hand-etched with a pleasing geometric pattern, making them a sculpture in their own right.
Gil Andirons, Set of 2, $480. Evoking the grandeur of the Rococo period of the late 19th century, our steel scroll andirons have been treated to an antique brass finish and have a confident posture of their own.
Giselle Screen, $1,620. For centuries, fireplaces have been warming homes in the winter, but what do you do with that hole in the wall during the summer months? We suggest you cover it with this beautiful six panel antiqued mirror screen, which will bring glamour and sparkle to any room, while you wait for that first fire. Decorative use only.
Gina Screen, $1,950. This captivating design was born out of our appreciation for flames and their mysterious beauty. This design, both geometric and organic in nature, only gets more interesting when backlight by firelight. Constructed of iron and finished in antique brass.
Gautier Screen, $1,290. This forged iron fire screen resembling freeform ribbons is handcrafted using old world metalwork techniques. Due to the individually hand -twisted bars, no two are alike. Natural iron finish.
Houston Screen, $1,650. Our fascination with the charm of antique furnace grates led us to design an iron fire screen that joins two classic motifs together in one geometrically chic fire screen. Finished in antique black. Decorative use only.
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