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June 12, 2014
Choosing a double sided, see-through fireplace.

DX1500: Escea’s Enchantress

ACCENTUATE THE ALLURE

Boasting an impressively wide flame display, clean framing lines, reflective side panels and an artistic stature; the DX Series is the Majesty of Flame.

So why wouldn’t you want to double the drama?

The reflective side panels paired with the see-through feature elongates the flame and extends it into two areas. In addition, the infinite flame effect offers a stronger, more powerful spectacle in your home, which you can simply frame with an Escea Velo Lite fascia or leave to its natural beauty.

The double sided, see-through option also adds to the charm of the DX Series fireplaces as it emphasises the striking focus it can bring to your living space.

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December 7, 2012
Elegance with a panoramic view

This Mellons Bay property presents a high level of craftsmanship throughout interior and exterior and also incorporates an Escea fireplace in one of its living area. [ Read more ]

June 29, 2012
Travertine Stone House

Spanish architecture firm A-Cero Architecture has come up with idea of using stone for nearly all interior and exterior elements of a gorgeous house near Madrid. The company used cream travertine slabs to clad outside walls, surround of a swimming pool and floors on two levels of this stunning residential property.

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