Montigo’s Phenom Direct Vent Gas Fireplace is an Interior Designer Favorite
Great design is timeless. The Phenom Series single sided direct vent gas fireplace is the true definition of this phrase as we are still seeing fresh examples of interior designers using the the Phenom fireplace in multiple projects.
Phenom P38 | Dry Creek Parade | Idaho
Masonry fireplace renovations do not always need to be automatically marked for an insert. Here we have an existing brick fireplace that was rejuvenated by adding a Phenom 38. This install has all the typical framing and venting, but keeps the brick façade intact.
Whitewashed brick and a wood mantel gives the home a fresh beachfront feel that fits right in with the environment.
Phenom PL42 | Sunset Strip | British Columbia
This is a great example of a fireplace as part of a feature wall. Here we see a TV, custom shelving, artwork, and even an impromptu sitting area, all based around a Phenom PL42.
The rear vent capabilities in conjunction with the clean finishing gives designers possibilities instead of limitations.
Temescal Church | Renovation | California
Where the altar once stood in this abandoned church in San Francisco now sits a Montigo Phenom 38. The Home Co. created this bohemian-industrial living space with a soaring 22-ft sky ceiling and accent wall with a Phenom and Satin Black surround.
General contracting performed by RFC Renovations & Design. Designed, staged and listed by Jennifer Montague Clark at The Home Co.
The Phenom fireplace is a centerpiece of design in a renovated home, a converted church, and of course in new construction.
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