Fireplace screens can be both practical and decorative. Fire screens also keep direct heat off of those sitting close to the fire. Additionally, they have a more practical use keeping embers from flying out of the fire and damaging floor, carpets and furniture. They also keep small children and pets from getting too close to an open fire. From traditional to ultra-modern, every fashion taste is catered to with these fire screens. Read on to learn more about fireplace screens styles and options.
A mesh fireplace screen is most often used with a wood-burning fire. Black Forest Decor offers a mesh fireplace screen with a metal art moose on the center panel which sells for $109.95 16 percent off the regular price of $130.95. They also offer a black bear on the center panel for $99,95 discounted from a regular price of $118.95. Free shipping is offered on orders over $99. Wayfair sells the single panel Chaliah steel fireplace screen for $105.99 which is 24 percent off the regular price of $140.04.
Glass fireplace screens come in several different styles. Wayfair has a stylish looking fireplace screen called Benjamin from Chloe Lighting which features green glass and good looks for $269.99 which is a saving of 29 percent off the normal price of $381.25. Pottery Barn sells a Modern Glass Tri-Panel fire screen for $449 which comes in black or brass. QVC offers a combination glass and mess fire screen from Plow and Hearth for $230.45 and an additional $20.22 for shipping and handling.
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