Vent Free Fireplaces

Written by Rachel Arieff
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Vent-free fireplaces add more to the room than just an attractive new piece of furniture. They also bring more subtle things to the environment, such as personality, a visual and social focal point, and warmth. All of these elements help to create an atmosphere that is not only attractive, but also meaningful and emotionally resonant for you, your family, and your guests.

A fireplace typically brings character to a room, and that character is much determined by its style. For example, antique fireplaces bring a nostalgic air to the room. Their heaviness and quality of craftsmanship also help to give them a commanding presence. Traditional-style fireplaces tend to have a generational, family feel. These fireplaces speak of solidity, as well as the closeness that families share. Contemporary fireplaces have more of a friendly, casual and relaxed character, while sleek, modern fireplace designs bring sophistication to the setting.

Vent-Free Fireplaces for Every Home

The beauty of the vent-free fireplace is that it makes it possible for anyone to have a fireplace in their home, regardless of whether they live in a house, condo, duplex, or mobile home. Vent-free fireplaces are exactly what their name says: vent free, requiring no ventilation other than the existing airflow of any room. They are also relatively inexpensive and require no installation into walls. Rather, they are built to stand free, like a space heater.

Ventless fireplaces come in a wide variety of styles to go with any decorating scheme, and even come in designs made to fit in corners. Wherever you end up situating the fireplace, it will immediately become the focal point of the room. This is the perfect place for the family to gather to talk, play board games, or enjoy a nice dinner. Though they do burn real fire, ventless fireplaces are decorative in intention, and aren't meant to function as heat sources. That said, they do lend emotional warmth to the room.


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