This tiled fireplace is a reproduction of the simpler tiled fireplaces that were mass produced in the middle of the 20th century.
It would typically have been installed in the semi-detached period homes built just after the first world war, throughout the 1950s and 1960s.
The fireplace shown is in Ivory and Grey, but we can produce this fireplace in any of the colours shown below, with the exception of some of the mottled ones.
The background colour is lifted by the stronger coloured front of the hearth and sloping shelf.
The hearth has this sloping "Clean - easy" front that was typical of post - war fireplaces, and this feature is reproduced as the top shelf of the main body of the fireplace.
The fireplace opening has a simple 1 inch wide stainless steel trim, and a matching heatplate in the hearth for use with solid fuel. This versatile fireplace can by virtue of its flat front area be used for inset stoves or almost any gas or electric fire.