Boulevard Linear Contemporary 48 & 60

These larger-than-life fireplaces deliver all the ambiance and warmth you need for large spaces.  Choose the Boulevard 48 (38,000 Btu Natural Gas and 34,000 Btu Propane) or the Boulevard 60 (46,000 Btu Natural Gas and 42,500 Btu Propane). Tailor your Boulevard to suit your taste, starting with an elegant porcelain black liner that goes well with any décor.  Or, opt for an industrial chic look with the Ridgeback liner; a one-piece corrugated metal liner finished in distressed bronze. A liner is required for the 60-inch, and optional for the 48-inch (the 48-inch comes standard with a Matte Black liner).

Acres of crushed glass cover the fireplace floor (available in a variety of colors), while the variable lighting (built-in on the 60-inch, and an option for the 48-inch) lets you set the perfect mood – whether the fireplace is burning or not. Choose the new Copper Reflective or Bronze Reflective crushed glass – or the existing Clear Frost.  These translucent shades of crushed glass allow the under-floor white light system to shine through, but you can accent with other glass colors including the drops and droplets. The available Rustic Log Set includes a unique assortment of ceramic fiber logs and stones, plus coiled slivers of stainless steel that react to the light and flames to bring your fireplace to life.

• Available in a 48” or 60” model
• Multi-Function Remote to control burner, accent lighting (standard on 60-inch & optional on 48-inch), and optional blower
• Dimmer Light below floor standard on 60-inch (optional upgrade on 48-inch)
• Ceramic Glass 

Accessory Options:
• Black Porcelain or Ridgeback, Bronze Liner (required for 60-inch model)
• Decorative Fronts including 3-in Forged Iron, 2-in Brushed Nickel, 1-in, Black, and 1-in Pewter
• Assorted Crushed Glass, and Droplets (48-inch requires 1 box, 60-inch requires 3 boxes)
• Rustic Logs/Rocks with 5 Stainless Steel Coils 
• Decorative Rocks and Pebbles 
• Automatic Variable Blower - Twin 





Framing Width




Framing Height




Framing Depth




Rate this item
(0 votes)
Published in Direct Vent
Going Up?