Herringbone Fireplace.

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 I do have a thing for symmetry when styling my home.

Pairs of vases, chairs, candlesticks, paintings etc etc.

Which is why I think I am drawn to the idea of a herringbone fireplace.

Something calming and aesthetically pleasing about the symmetrical design.

Food for thought as I have two fireplaces in my sitting room, sounds very grand but really isn’t, one of which I love and the other I try to hide with various objects of furniture.

It hasn’t been lit in thirteen years as we always light the other one but I would love to transform it using this herringbone design then it would no longer be an eyesore but a decorative part of the room.

Then I would style it with a pair of chairs either side, naturally.

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