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In the entry parlor of a Markham Roberts-designed London townhouse, a Guido Mocafico photograph is mounted above the circa-1780 English mantelpiece and a 1950s Piero Fornasetti chair. The Empire armchairs and Arteriors Timber stool (right) stand atop a vintage North African Tuareg mat.
Photo: MIGUEL FLORES-VIANNA

Stunning Fireplace and Art Combinations from the Galerie Archives

Interiors by Markham Roberts, Deborah Berke, and Jacques Grange get their creative spark from these architectural centerpieces

Whether modern and sleek or historic and intricately restored, fireplaces are always instant architectural statements in a room. Not only do they make interiors inviting spaces to gather, but they also provide added visual interest, especially when framed by striking design items, or supporting arresting artwork above their mantles. Just in time for the holiday season, when fireplaces are more coveted than ever, Galerie has selected some of the best designs from our archives that you’ll want to curl up by year round.

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Stunning Fireplace and Art Combinations from the Galerie Archives

Cover: In the entry parlor of a Markham Roberts-designed London townhouse, a Guido Mocafico photograph is mounted above the circa-1780 English mantelpiece and a 1950s Piero Fornasetti chair. The Empire armchairs and Arteriors Timber stool (right) stand atop a vintage North African Tuareg mat.
Photo: MIGUEL FLORES-VIANNA

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