The fireplace is somewhat mysterious because it is connected to the chimney, which is a passage between the outside world and the inside world. People sit by the fireplace and watch the fire change, and they can predict the weather outside the house: if the fire is pale or full of unusual sparks, or the ash clumps or sudden drops of soot, it is a sign of rain; If the fire is buzzing or the flue is popping and the wind is stronger than usual, it is a sign of an approaching storm. If the fire burns more fiercely, it is a foretaste of frost. The fireplace thus became a real medium connecting the inside and the outside.
Yet the fireplace’s most important function has remained the same for thousands of years: apart from providing warmth, it is bringing families together. In western tradition, the fireplace used to be the core area for a family reunion and emotional communication. As night falls, the family returns and gathers around the fireplace after work and before going to bed. Concern love and warmth — the two most basic yearning in people’s hearts, fireplace surmounts the function that uses actually, become the symbol of a kind of affection. And the feeling of baking warmth, and the leaping, flickering flames, are still pleasant in cold weather, even today. Take a look at our natural marble fireplace for interior decoration. If you are interested in it, welcome to contact us.