As more and more homes convert their traditional wood-burning fireplaces into gas-fueled types that are easier to use and maintain, fireplace glass, or fire glass, is also becoming more popular. If you’re unfamiliar with the concept of fire glass, its tempered glass that comes in different sizes, colors, and shapes, usually available in crystals or in rounded bead shapes. Primarily used to cover the gas burners and piping in modern fireplaces and fire pits, fire glass also absorbs and radiates the warmth from the flames effectively.
The designs and colors also work to make for aesthetically beautiful fireplaces and fire pits, allowing the flames to dance around between the colored glass pieces. Depending on the shape and color of the fireplace glass used, they can produce a number of aesthetically pleasing effects, from throwing off beautiful reflections to simply providing the space with a sparkling color of your choice. Continue Reading