The Morin Family Mantle

This 1960’s house nestled in the charming town of Niwot, Colorado was missing cozy, warm living room vibes. The old mason fireplace was old, unused and did not create a sense of invitation nor warmth. Our clients wanted to reinvent the space while maintaining a modern and sleek design. We decided to go with the Heat & Glo Cosmo 42 with the driftwood log option. The Mantle was created in our shop with a locally milled piece of Siberian elm and finished with a Waterlox Finish.

The open kitchen design of this house was also missing much-needed storage space. In the design phase, we added a pantry closet, as well as a built-in bookcase; both were made in our shop.

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