Uncategorized — August 3, 2011 at 5:16 pm

Hearth & Home Article

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Take a look at our feature in July’s issue of Hearth & Home.

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Lisa Readie Mayer of Hearth & Home  interviewed brothers Peter and Salvatore Alesci and their cousin Sal Finocchiaro, the partners in NYC Fireplaces.

The article touches on how the business began, “they were frustrated at being unable to find a retailer in the New York metropolitan area who would create the dramatic custom fireplace they envisioned.”

Peter Alesci  offers insight into the business, explaining some of the surprisingly more popular styles amongst his clients:

“In terms of style, traditional looks are the most popular, which was very surprising to us. Transitional fireplaces seem to be growing, however. These combine a modern twist with a traditional look, such as glass or rocks, as an alternative to a log set, or a mirrored panel behind the flames. Linear fireplaces are catching on in Manhattan…”

Here are a few images to highlight the different styles Peter mentioned in the article.

Traditional Fireplace: Majestic Marquis

Transitional Fireplace: Town & Country 54

Modern/Linear: Napoleon LHD50 pictured in our showroom

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