A fireplace can be clad in many ways and with many materials: concrete, stone, marble, copper, etc. But today we’re sharing some ideas to really improve your fireplace cladding – clad it with tiles! Tiles are classics that were a bit out of trend for some time, but now they are back, and this is not surprising – in addition to fulfilling their main function, it particularly highlights the fireplace.
Tiled fireplace walls
A tiled fireplace wall is a nice way to accentuate your living room and fireplace at the same time. Just take tiles that match the colors and style of your room and dress them around the fireplace and up to the ceiling. You can also put some on the floor. This feature gives the room a slight vintage feel and usually doesn’t require a mantelpiece to prevent you from enjoying the full look, but you can still make something thin and neutral.
A tiled fireplace is a bold and catchy idea for many spaces, from the farmhouse to the modern one. These tiles allow you to add a bit of color or pattern or both to your room and give the fireplace a big emphasis. Choose something bold or neutral, but patterned and clad around the fireplace. You can also add a wooden frame with a mantelpiece or just a mantelpiece for an airy look. You can cover the floor with the same tiles or you can go for something different and bold. Get inspired!
Even though summer is coming to an end, it's still hot so we all need some refreshment. Cold and refreshing food is at the top - ice cream, cheesecake, iced tea and many other delicious things. If you want something more nutritious, you need a cold soup. There are many delicious recipes in different kitchens around the world. Let's check out the most delicious recipes that will inspire you to cook!
The cucumber and avocado marriage is great for keeping you updated. Apples are added here, but if you don't feel like mixing apples into the cold soup, just try it as a topping and see for yourself. Pieces of apple and cucumber add texture and freshness!
This delicious cream and cucumber soup can be made and enjoyed all week long. So you have to cook first, but the rest is easy. Use your favorite puree method and be rewarded with a refreshing summer soup that will make your guests faint. The soup must be prepared in advance, refrigerated for at least four hours, and then adjusted for seasoning. Food served cold requires more salt to taste than food served warm. A little bit of a hassle at first but well worth the effort and a great way to take advantage of the plentiful summer products.
If you like mint and have a chilled soup every now and then, you'll love mint pea soup! This recipe for a mint pea soup is made with a love tap. If you want to be hit on the head with mint just increase the amount by 2 teaspoons or so and you will have an experience with mint pea soup! This mint and pea soup is delicious served hot or chilled. It can be served in cute little cups as a party starter.
This chilled chickpea soup is everything you love about hummus in soup form. It's gluten-free and easy to make vegan (just leave out the feta). Plus, it's full of protein and calcium! You can definitely prepare both the soup and the topping and keep them in the refrigerator. The soup tends to thicken a bit as it cools. So just dilute them with a little more almond milk or water.
This green chilli soup with three onions is a delicious cold soup with a richness made from the use of three different types of onion and a little spice from roasted green chilli. For a bit of sweetness and crunch, this soup is topped off with a dash of sour cream and roasted pinons. Serve with a simple grilled cheddar and bacon cheese or your favorite for a full meal.
There is nothing more refreshing than a bowl of ice cold gazpacho. So when the temperatures are triple digits, don't sweat, make soup! Heirloom tomatoes are fruity, sweet and less acidic than regular tomatoes. A little olive oil loosens and enriches the puree, and a dash of sherry vinegar enlivens it.
This is refreshing and without cooking a delicious summer yogurt soup is required. Amazing recipe to prepare for you or your guests a few days in advance. The best thing about this soup is that you can prepare it in advance, store it in the freezer or refrigerator, and then finish it a few minutes before serving. And even serving that soup can be a special event or part of the serving for your guests.
This cold cucumber soup is super tasty and extremely refreshing and the perfect dish to cool you down on hot summer days. The soup is called tarator, a traditional Bulgarian summer soup that can be found on the menu of many restaurants and restaurants. It's actually a chilled soup, although some people prefer to call it a liquid salad, which works really well on the palette.