Medium Amber Topping
The 5 pictures below are a Starfire base with Deep Royal and Amber on top
The 5 pictures above are a Starfire base with Deep Royal and Amber on top
Fire pit below has:
Bronze base, 3/16 Amber, Bronze Reflective and Yellow Topper.
The fireplace below has a customer built burner (works just fine) and amber. It could of been painted to improve on the installation
We are now starting a page for some of our television promotions we have sponsored this season.
The first is:
Zen-Inspired Master Bedroom
Here are a few pictures and the rest can be seen on the link above.
This fireplace has:
1/4 Clear, 1/4 Starfire, 1/2 Clear, 1/2 Starfire, Amber Topping and Topper, Red Topping and Topper and Pale Orange Topper
We will be posting several television spots as soon as we have the time.
The fire pit below has Clear, Starfire, Amber Topping, Amber Topper and Dark Red Orange Topper.
The 6 fireplace pictures below have Starfire, Amber and a surround. This is in Texas and is a customer install. Very nice Rodney.
The fire pit below has a Clear base with Azurlite and Ford Blue on top. Then it was topped with Dark Red Orange Topper, Yellow Amber Topper and Amber Topping.
The pictures below are of:
Bronze, Dark Red Orange Topper, Gold, Amber Topping, Scarlet Red and Diamonds. The back of the fireplace was done with Ceramic tiles.Very nice and in Palm Springs.
The project below has Pink Rosa, Azurlite, Starfire, Black, Neo Lavender Shift, rRed, Amber and Evergreen Reflective. This is now a window in Palm Springs and produced by Dan Tipton, email@example.com tell him what you think.
The fireplace below has:
A Clear base with Pale Lime Green Topper, Red Toppings, Yellow Amber Toppers and Toppings, Copper Ruby Red Topper, and a hint of Starfire to lighten the color up.
This is how easy it is to install. This is all glass and if you need to build it up a little or a lot then use a filler to save money
The fireplace below has a Starfire base with Amber, Pink and Orange Toppings.
The fireplace below is a propane pan burner with a lava rock fill. You don't want to crush your own lava rock because of the time. You can use larger lava around the edges of the pan but you will want to use crushed lava in the pan up to the surface of the burners. The glass use in this fireplace was a Ford Blue base with Ford Blue Reflective on top. Topped with Clear Pyrite and Amber accents. The install went very well except for the rock crushing episode.
The fireplace below is a propane fireplace with a propane burner and remote control. We used a Clear base with Starfire on top. Then we added:
Medium Amber Topping,
Yellow Amber Topper,
Steel Blue Topper,
Dark Red Orange Topper over the base glass. The controls were covered after the install was finished. If you look closely you can see the pilot light assembly.
The fireplace below is a self installation by Thom Toben of Studio T2 Designs in Kansas. & colors were installed and they are;
Clear base with Starfire base mixed together over
Medium Amber Topping
Bronze Rust Copper base glass
Black Luster Topper
Yellow Amber Topper and
Turquoise Blue Topper
You be the judge, we think it looks great!
Below the burner is installed with the flex line under the burner
Now the lava goes in and the burner is brought up to the surface
Test the burner to insure the flame don't hit the back wall.
The Clear and Starfire base glass was poured on top of the lava.
Then Thom placed all of the other selected to match the room.
This next fire pit was built by Tim and Sarah, they simply built this with stacker stones and a bit of ingenuity. The used a crushed lava base with Black Base glass topped with Black Reflective base glass. Then they used a Light Amber Topping to create the Fleur De Lis. This was done with a propane valve that we supplied. They used a wood burning fire bowl for the pit. The tank was accessible from the back of the fire pit.
Add the base crushed lava. Note we do not use the 3/4" size? Way to large for the glass as it will fall through. You can use the larger lava and then over it with the crushed lava to save some cash!
Below if you notice the Pilot Light and Thermo Couple just inside of the ring? This is a must if using propane, for safety.
And your done!