I love this classic domed screen used in such a modern way.
(and I love that blue ceiling!)
And this graphic fireplace screen is so unique. I love the unexpected touch it brings to this extremely classic arched fireplace.
Another excellent geometric option, this time in a diamond pattern.
I love this antique fireplace screen in the rustic country home of Eddie Ross and Jaithan Kochar... It's cozy and welcoming, completely unpretenious, and yet still sophisticated.
This sleek glass & chrome version at the J.K. Place, Capri brings such an unexpected element to an otherwise formal room.
(featured in Lonny Magazine)
1st Dibs has an amazing collection of antique screens. On the hunt for some good inspiration, I spent a good deal of time shopping their inventory...
like this mid-century find, made of glass with polished nickel accents
or this 19th century stunner, with a brass swag pattern.
But, if you don't want to spend thousands on a fireplace screen, here are some of my go-to retail options...
First, I always check the inventory at Restoration Hardware. They usually have a great selection at mid-range prices.
Ballard Designs can be hit or miss, but their prices are low and sometimes you can find something great...
like this "Rivoli" screen for only $109.00
Pottery Barn has this guy on sale...
a pewter single screen, for only $139.00
And, you must check the stock at Crate & Barrel. They tend to have interesting options that look more modern (and their prices are great too).
like this "Alton" fireplace screen. It comes in pewter and bronze, for only $159.00.
LOVE it in pewter (for a more modern space), however it's backordered until February.
I found that glass fireplace screens are tough to find, but Lumens.com has a decent selection (believe it or not).
like this version done in glass and stainless steel
this one is also intriguing (however, it looks slightly unstable without a strong base!)
Happy Monday, my friends! I hope you are staying cozy on this cold winter day!