All of our surrounds are sold individually this allows you to combine them with a hearth
, back panel
or slip set of your choice. Think of surrounds as the frames of the fireplace, available in a range of materials, such as limestone, marble, granite, wood and cast-iron. Each is sold individually allowing you to combine them with a hearth, back panel or slip set of your choice, in matching or contrasting materials or colour, mix and match to your hearts content. Limestone is neutral in colour, constituting an unassuming background to the rest of your interior and foregrounding the fire within. This will suit almost any room and any colour scheme, contributing a natural rustic element to its surroundings. Limestone surrounds are compatible with all fuel options a Limestone Fireplace could be the perfect choice for your room and look equally at home in contemporary or modern settings. Limestones are composed of grains, most of which are the skeletal fragments of marine organisms. Our natural marble surrounds are carved from solid stone, displaying intricate natural veins and subtle colour variations. Also featured in this category are micro-marble surrounds, these fireplaces are manufactured from crushed natural marble stone, mixed with a bonding agent which is then poured into a mould, making them much less expensive than natural marble and with the added benefit that these can be made to measure. You can use electric, gas or solid fuel fires, or even stoves, with these surrounds. Wooden surrounds look equally at home in both traditional and contemporary spaces, from the traditional oak and pine materials featuring carving, corbels and fluting to the more contemporary beech, birch, MDF and Veneered woods, offering clean straight lines and sleek smooth finishes. Wooden surrounds offer the rustic charm and natural appeal of the forest, with natural grain and know formations making them truly one of a kind. Sturdy yet sophisticated. Cast-iron surrounds were first developed as far back as the eighteenth century, their superior heat retentive properties and durability have made them incredibly popular ever since and led to the development of the combination fireplaces of the Victorian era. These surrounds will look equally at home in both traditional and contemporary settings, and can be combined with hearths, back panels and slip sets made from other materials to create your own one-of-a-kind fireplace. Don't forget the main event, the fire baskets
or stove: you can use electric, gas or solid fuel fires, or even stoves, with these surrounds.