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The Owner Suite & Bedrooms

The bedroom is the one location in any home that serves as a retreat from public spaces. It’s where the day begins and ends. Having a relaxing environment is essential and a fireplace helps create it, sparking emotional connections and taking the bedroom to the next level.

View Room Styles

  • Traditional
    • This design style is the composition of architectural elements referencing historical styles of homes that would have been found at a period in history. Examples include shingle, Tudor, French, English, country, colonial and Georgian.
  • Contemporary
    • Rooted in simplicity, cleanliness and the machine-fabrication methods, this design style is more about what modern construction methods can do for design.
  • Transitional
    • This design style is a blend of Traditional and Contemporary. It’s Traditional with an eclectic, new approach.
  • Rustic, Eclectic
    • This is the catchall category. There is the use of less-refined materials and a focus on artisanship and craftsmanship.

The Living Room

The living room is considered both the most important and favorite room in the house, according to Napoleon Hot Spots research study. That makes it the ideal location for an added fireplace, which adds warmth, symmetry and the focal point for good times and life’s memorable moments.

View Room Styles

  • Traditional
    • This design style is the composition of architectural elements referencing historical styles of homes that would have been found at a period in history. Examples include shingle, Tudor, French, English, country, colonial and Georgian.
  • Contemporary
    • Rooted in simplicity, cleanliness and the machine-fabrication methods, this design style is more about what modern construction methods can do for design.
  • Transitional
    • This design style is a blend of Traditional and Contemporary. It’s Traditional with an eclectic, new approach.
  • Rustic, Eclectic
    • This is the catchall category. There is the use of less-refined materials and a focus on artisanship and craftsmanship.

The Kitchen

The kitchen is the central point of almost every home. It’s where meals are made, most foot traffic passes through and, boiled down, life is lived. Adding a fireplace to the kitchen generates a welcoming, social atmosphere that turns an ordinary, utilitarian kitchen into the place where family memories are made.

View Room Styles

  • Traditional
    • This design style is the composition of architectural elements referencing historical styles of homes that would have been found at a period in history. Examples include shingle, Tudor, French, English, country, colonial and Georgian.
  • Contemporary
    • Rooted in simplicity, cleanliness and the machine-fabrication methods, this design style is more about what modern construction methods can do for design.
  • Transitional
    • This design style is a blend of Traditional and Contemporary. It’s Traditional with an eclectic, new approach.
  • Rustic, Eclectic
    • This is the catchall category. There is the use of less-refined materials and a focus on artisanship and craftsmanship.

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Hot Spots Design Guide

Napoleon’s new design gallery is loaded with inspiration, tips and resources you can use to enhance the most memorable moments in a home. Based on the Hot Spots Design Guide book co-authored by nationally acclaimed architect Wayne Visbeen, the gallery provides ideas for how to leverage the four major stylistic pillars of home design to create beautiful, cohesive and functional spaces.

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