These next few pictures come from the home of Jay McGraw and Erica Dahm. They had us provide burners and FireGlass for a large outdoor fire pit and 3 fireplaces. Interesting fact the Katy Perry video "The One that Got Away" was shot down the street.
Below a large triple stainless steel burner ring and crushed lava.
Once the filler is complete we began pouring the Starfire Base Glass over the burner.
This first fireplace was in the pool house Gazebo, Blue Green Base Glass with Azurlite Base Glass FireGlass.
In the family room, Solex Base Glass with Gold Base Glass
The 2nd downstairs fireplace with a Clear Base Glass and Clear Diamonds.
Finally the Master Bedroom with Starfire Base Glass.
Here are a few interesting links about the celebrity couple:
David Cook, one of American Idols rising stars upgraded his Los Angeles home fireplaces with some of our famous FireGlass. Starting with the master bedroom, Starfire Base Glass few Green Toppers and a 24/24" Steel burner.
Meanwhile downstairs his living room 1/4" Ford Blue Base Glass, with Ford Blue Reflective Base Glass with a 24/24" steel burner.
Kathy Griffin's Fire and Glass Christmas!
In Kathy's Living room we added our FireGlass to twin fireplaces with brushed stainless steel surrounds.
We did three fireplaces for this event. The 3rd being in her Master bedroom.
Behind the scenes Entertainment Tonight "ET", Kathy and every one loves Raymond! Actor Ray Romano, Andy Dick and his friend.
Marines were on hand for the "Toys For Tots"
Below we have the fire pit that we installed for Reba! In Nashville Tennessee.
We were hired to install a propane FireGlass fire pit for Reba; as no one else could figure out how to do it! The pit was an electronic ignition system with stainless steel burner ring, 36" aluminum pan burner with a 3" outside lip and thermocouple for safety and to eliminate soot. Note* Ms. Reba McEntire is not affiliated to Moderustic Inc nor does she sponsor our products.
She just owns them!
The fireplace below was done for Nick Cannon ( Mariah Carey's husband)(http://www.NickCannon.com/
) in Hollywood Hills California.
We installed a remote control inside of the fireplace on the left side as you will see. The remote control was an IPI (Intermittent Pilot Ignition) so the pilot light only goes on when you turn the fireplace on with the remote control. We use a lava base
filler and topped it with 1/8" Black Base Glass
for a very fine layered look. The fireplace was coated with a high heat concrete mix to make it look wider and lower.
A very contemporary look and it looks great.The remote is on the lower left side with crushed lava all around.We have turned it on to a low flame.
You almost can't see the remote because of the glass color. The remote was to go inside the left cabinet but the plumber forgot to show up, oh well. But it's done and everyone is happy.