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Rejuvenate and Renew

posted by Bonnie @ 10:23 PM
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Tiffany Glass Fireplace Screen

Tiffany Glass Fireplace Screen


Spring is a time for changes. Nature renews itself and transforms from neutral dry colors to a rainbow of new life. People vow to reinvent themselves physically – to get healthy and fix problem areas. They apply that same line of thinking to their homes. Spring cleaning, airing out after the long winter months and changing some accessories to give a new look and feel without breaking the bank.

Throw pillows, new rugs or curtains and a decorative Tiffany Style Fireplace screen can rejuvenate any dark room into a vital spring-like environment. Lift your décor and your spirits with a few springtime additions to liven up any home for the new year.

Decorating Dual Purpose Passion

posted by Bonnie @ 12:44 PM
Sunday, December 7, 2014

I love anything with a dual function – a dress that can go from day to evening just by changing the accessories, dinnerware you can bake in and then put right on a fancy table to serve in, and ottomans that serve as a footstool but also a storage unit. That’s why I replaced my old, drab fireplace screen with this Tiffany Style Fireplace Screen. During the day it’s a beautiful artful addition to my décor and at night adds a gorgeous ambiance in front of a warm winter fire. Two is always better than one!

Myrtle Fireplace Screen
 MYRTLE Victorian Fireplace Screen 44 Inch Wide

Home For The Holidays

posted by Bonnie @ 8:00 AM
Monday, November 10, 2014
Tiffany Glass LUCIAN Image

LUCIAN Tiffany Glass Fireplace Screen Image

Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933) had a goal to elevate decorative arts to the level of fine arts, and to make them available to a large audience.

Tiffany Style lamps, Tiffany Style Fireplace Screens and other decorative Tiffany items can add ambiance, tranquility, and visual stimulation to any room or situation. With all of the winter holidays and get-togethers approaching, why not treat yourself and your home to a piece of his unique vision.

Grandma’s Peacocks Held The Answer.

posted by Bonnie @ 1:05 PM
Saturday, October 4, 2014
Peacock Fireplace Screen Image

Peacock Tiffany Style Fireplace Screen

Peacock Glass Panel Image

Peacock Tiffany Style Glass Panel


I used to take my daughter to her Grandmother’s farm and there were four or five peacocks that roamed her property. The first time we saw the male with his long, plumed feathers all fanned out so proudly, we both fell in love with him. It was a beautiful sight.

When she moved into her first apartment, we weren’t allowed to change the décor much. We couldn’t change the paint on the drab white walls and the fireplace screen was matte black and resembled some chicken wire. Then I found this beautiful Tiffany Style Fireplace Screen that brought back all those great memories and infused some of her personality into the room. She also got the matching Tiffany Style Peacock Feather Glass Window Panel and hung it above the half-wall between the kitchen and dining rooms, adding both color and life without lifting a paintbrush!

Light A Fire, Endow The Room

posted by Bonnie @ 7:40 PM
Sunday, August 26, 2012

I know you are still sweating out the heat wave of Summer, but fall is just around the corner. It won’t be long and you will be stoking the fire in your fireplace, enjoying every bit of heat it puts into the room.

Since most of us enjoy a good fire, we might as well see if we can put the fireplace to a dual use. By adding a Tiffany style fireplace screen, we can take our focal point in the room to another level.

Though my fireplace is attractive on it’s own, a fireplace screen is a necessity, and they are not always as good looking. By adding a Tiffany style fireplace screen you are adding layers of texture, light and color, as well as dressing a fixture in the room that when not in use, can become quite an eyesore.


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