The Front-Facing Fireplace is a contemporary take on the traditional fireplace.
Recessed lighting with a dimmer adds extra ambience and a special mood, all while highlighting the flickering flames of an Ortal fireplace.
No wall? No problem. Our Tunnel Fireplace is a creative yet functional solution for dividing a room.
Expand your creative potential with our patented Cool Wall Technology, which eliminates design obstacles while enabling the free flow of cool air between the fireplace and surrounding walls.
With our Cool Wall Technology, it's possible to design walls with fabric paneling around the fireplace-- as well as bookcases, art and even a large-screen TV.
With Ortal's wide range of sizing options, there's a fireplace for just about any space.
Our Stand Alone Curved Tunnel fireplace provides a wonderful dinner ambiance at the @Fairmont Tremblant.
The length of this Front-Facing Fireplace from Ortal extends the look of the room while bringing different design elements together.
Coupled with our Grey Granite panel, a fireplace with long and short kindling in grey, black and white creates a rustic and industrial feel.
Style Tip: A low coffee table opens up space in a room and lowers distracting surface areas.
Incorporate a Stand Alone fireplace in any room layout of your design
A clear Front-Facing Fireplace from Ortal brings a sense of symmetry to an indoor/outdoor environment. (Credit: CCS Architecture / Photo: Eric Laignel)
Convey an eclectic and bohemian aesthetic with a Southwestern-style area rug.
Ortal’s Power Vent systems make it possible to install the fireplace in just about any location, providing increased flexibility while ensuring the same clean air and safety measures found across all our fireplaces.
For peak style and relaxation, consider a soft shag rug with a sleek modernist chair to lounge in front of the fireplace.
Take the serene ambiance of a fireplace from the bedroom to the bathroom during your morning routine with our versatile Tunnel Fireplace.
A comfy, chunky arm-knitted throw is the paradigm of Hygge.