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Bellfires Fireplace News



Sleepy Hollow opens new Bellfires Fireplace Show Room

  A new showroom has been added at the Bellfires® manufacturing facility in Brentwood, New York. Displayed for those interested in Bellfires® technologies are Bellfires® fireplaces and examples of antique cast iron mantels and surrounds Call 1-800-553-5322 to schedule a showing of a model of your special interest.  


Bellfires Fireplace featured at the Millenium House


  Millenium Manor is a 2001 Showcase Home in Wisconsin. It is the dream turned reality of Sherry Towns of Town Designers. Inspiration came from a family trip to France where the magnificent Palace of Versailles was visited. It left a major impression on Sherry, and this is the result.

Towns Designers believe:
1) The only rule is — there are no rules when it comes to preferences in style, and 2) Beauty lives eternal. In building Millenium Manor, the mission was to create something to be grand in stlye, yet comfortable. The goal was something that would have longevity in both structure and enjoyment by it residents and visitors. With French and Italiante influences, and touches of baroque and rococo mixed in with the collections of a present day family, the Manor and its contents stimulate the eye.

The Millenium Manor is situated on the highest point of 111 acres affording views of neighboring counties. The estate has 3 spring-fed streams which contain great quantities of deer, hawks, cranes, turkey, raccoon, and fox.

The fireplace is located in the Vivaldi Room. Sherry wanted this room to carry a feeling of comfortable sophistication, bursting with inviting French colors. The windows allowed little room for family photos or wall decorations so an artist was commissioned to implement those images in a fresco. He could work on the ceiling only a limited number of hours each day because of the physical stress. The theme of the painted ceiling is taken from the popular concerti, "The Four Seasons," written by Antonio Vivaldi in 1725.