Named after Harewood House near Leeds, which was built, between 1759 and 1771 by Robert Adam and John Carr for Edwin Lascelles, 1st Baron Harewood, this fireplace is in the Neo-classical style. The style featured in both upper and middle class residences of England and the United States from the 1760s (in the US it became known as Federal style). The style is typified by Classical Roman decorative motifs, such as framed medallions, vases, and urns, with swags and ribbons in multi coloured pastel shades.
The Harewood fireplace features electric fire with decorative fender edging the hearth. On the mantlepiece are two electric urns and two lights with a large clock in the centre. The working electric fire, clock and urns are exclusive, and made by me for this fireplace. All the decorative elements of the fireplace and its structure are hand painted and gilded.
The fireplace comes in Pink or Green options, although it can be custom made in any colour. Take a look at the fireplaces in the GALLERY section for ideas – and feel free to get in touch to discuss yours!
Measurements: 135mm wide x 160mm high x 45mm deep