Generally, fireplaces are used to warm homes, cook, and heat water to wash clothes and various necessities in the household. Fire is in a kind of cavity or furnace, a chimney or other channel used to remove smoke or exhaust gases.
In addition, the fireplace is used to create a relaxed atmosphere while warming the room. Modern fireplaces have varying heat efficiency, depending on design sophistication.
Fireplaces may have foundations, stoves, combustion cavities, hoods, chimney channels (used in the kitchen and laundry), bars, thresholds, thresholds, decorative panels, air flow regulators, smoke chambers, necks, and drain pipes.
At present, fireplaces are rarely used as heaters because there are already electronic temperature regulators. So the fireplace is used as a decoration to beautify the appearance of a room because indeed the fireplace has a very interesting architectural form.
A fireplace is also very useful if the house where you live is in a mountainous location, this is very important as an alternative heater that is more natural and does not require electricity, so you can save on your electricity needs.
Along with the times, there are now many fireplaces with modern forms. What makes you curious? Let’s look at some of the following fireplace designs!