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20 Feel-Good Fireplaces to Warm Your Spirits

Monday, November 23, 2020   /   by Frank Hornstein

20 Feel-Good Fireplaces to Warm Your Spirits

20 Feel-Good Fireplaces to Warm Your Spirits






Since the dawn of civilization, gathering around a fire has been a way to keep bodies warm and spirits high. The following 20 fireplace photos span the style spectrum, but they all provide a sense of comfort that’s universal. Let us know in the Comments which ones warm your heart.




COLLECTED INTERIOR DESIGN

1. A reclaimed-wood mantel and a fireplace surround covered in patterned tiles add a visual splash to this light and airy Orlando, Florida, living room by Collected Interior Design.





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Gardner Homes

2. The floor-to-ceiling surround covered in charred wood planks provides stark visual contrast to the white walls in this Boise, Idaho, living room by Gardner Homes. The Sputnik-style chandelier stands out dramatically against the black backdrop.

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Cellar Ridge Construction

3. The fireplace in this Portland, Oregon, living room by M.O.Daby Design features a surround in a soft textured plaster finish. To the right, a Douglas fir cabinet with pocket doors conceals a TV. A bookshelf and a reading nook sit to the left.





E2 Homes

4. Above the gas fireplace, a framed photograph of actor Daniel Craig as James Bond adds to the swanky vibe of this Orlando, Florida, living room built by E2 Homes. A trio of ebonized wood bands wraps the overmantel for even more drama.





Michael Alan Kaskel

5. An intricately carved limestone fireplace provides a classic anchor for this whimsical Chicago living room designed by Jasmin Reese Interiors. The wallpapered ceiling and antique green glass chandelier are other highlights of the space.





Allison Lind Interiors

6. The dramatic fireplace in this Seattle living room by Allison Lind Interiors features a surround covered in floor-to-ceiling wood planks laid vertically and covered in high-gloss black paint. The walls flanking the fireplace are covered in grasscloth.





Mark Ashby Design

7. The team at Mark Ashby Design used locally sourced limestone blocks for the walls and fireplace surround in this Austin, Texas, living room. A live-edge wood mantel completes the scene.





Alison White Homes

8. This coastal chic living room in Los Angeles by Alison White Homes features a concrete fireplace surround and an overmantel covered in shiplap. A pair of built-ins flanking the fireplace provide convenient storage.





Habitations Residential Design Group

9. The panels of cold-rolled steel above the mantel in this Salt lake City living room by Habitations Residential Design Group create the perfect backdrop to help the TV above the fireplace blend into the background.





Cari Giannoulias Design

10. This Chicago living room by Cari Giannoulias Design features a marble fireplace surround flanked by built-in bookcases. A pair of vintage Murano glass sconces above the fireplace flank an original framed photograph by Burk Uzzle, taken at the Woodstock music festival in 1969.





Margaret Donaldson Interiors

11. This serene Charleston, South Carolina, living room designed by Margaret Donaldson Interiors is awash in natural shades, including the limestone fireplace surround, the cream-toned walls and the painting of a ship shrouded in fog above the mantel.





Wolfgang Pichler Design Inc.

12. The gas fireplace set into the wood-paneled wall in this California living room by Wolfgang Pichler Design is positioned between a pair of large windows with desert views. A built-in TV above the fireplace completes the scene.





Axis Mundi

13. The sleek, modular sectional sofa in this Manhattan living room by Axis Mundi is positioned in front of the marble fireplace surround, making for a cozy spot to warm up and take in the city views.





Falcon Custom Homes

14. The fireplace wall in this Michigan home by Falcon Custom Homes separates the living room on one side and the cozy den seen here. A pair of black leather armchairs in front of the two-sided fireplace is an ideal spot for reading.





Lisa Bakamis Interior Design

15. This San Francisco living room by Lisa Bakamis Interior Design mixes traditional architecture, with its wood-paneled walls and original fireplace, and contemporary design, with its velvet chaises and eclectic ottomans.





Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs

16. The dramatic floor-to-ceiling fireplace surround in this Mill Valley, California, living room by designer Tineke Triggs is made of waxed gray leather. The glam gold chandelier pops against the dark gray surround.





Ben Herzog

17. The traditional fireplace in this New York living room by Ben Herzog is flanked by built-in bookshelves with glass doors. The books provide pops of color and interest in the stylishly subdued space.





PureBuild Inc.

18. The dark orange plaster walls and kiva fireplace add a warm glow to this Tucson, Arizona, living room by PureBuild Inc. A collection of Southwestern-style furniture completes the look.





Faure Halvorsen Architects

19. The fireplace wall in this contemporary Montana home by Faure Halvorsen Architects was made using board-formed concrete. A flat-screen TV is built into the fireplace surround to the left of the hearth.





DANE AUSTIN INTERIOR DESIGN Boston & Cambridge



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20. The fireplace surround covered in three-dimensional wood-look tiles adds instant drama to this eclectic Boston living room by Dane Austin Interior Design. The wallpapered walls and bold blue trim are other highlights of the space.

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