What comes to mind when you think of a fireplace? Is it the snow at Christmas, the ancient sculptures at Easter, or the family sitting around the fire on Thanksgiving? No matter which scenario, people will feel full of happiness. The fireplace was actually a product of Europa. Although its prototype appeared in The Qin and Han dynasties in China and the Ancient Greek period in the west, the true sense of the fireplace was born in the middle of the Tudor Dynasty in English, and then began the cultural history of this object to rule the family home for hundreds of years.
In the Western world, the fireplace is everything. It symbolizes learning, taste, birth, and family. As Wright once said, “The fireplace is a symbol, it means you have a father and a group of family, it is open, warm, shelter, love.” Former U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt gave an interview in front of the fireplace and made it known as “night talk around the fireplace.” Take a look at our fireplace mantel with roman column sculpture. A classic simple fireplace will add a classic touch to your home.