We find hanging chimneys or tempered glass, ethanol and pellets. But today we are going to focus on the most classic design and on the fireplace mantels and the frame of the fireplace, an element that frames the function for which it was conceived and that gives it an added decorative value. In many of the stately buildings of the big cities, chimneys are still preserved in their homes. Many of them restored, in spite of that, they have known how to respect its classic and elegant air.
And thus we find fireplace mantels designs that appear framed in square structures with a marked classicist style in which the shelf serves to place decorative objects that can be substituted throughout the year depending on the corresponding celebration. Now at Christmas, candles, mistletoe or tinsel are usually the most common ornaments.
The style of the room where the fireplace is located also marks the design of the fireplace mantels. In village houses, rehabilitated or not, you can breathe that rustic aroma in all its elements and also around the fire. Most of the chimneys that we find in the rural environments show cornices in which formerly they used to put on kitchen utensils or small pots and vases in which to preserve some culinary ingredient such as garlic and bay leaves.