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As the winter season continues and we reflect on the new year ahead of us, there has never been a better time to cozy up by the fireplace with a cup of coffee or hot cocoa. From traditional sophistication to posh, modern luxury, these fireplace design ideas will make you consider cranking your current design up a notch for the next time winter rolls around.
In a traditional home, you want a fireplace to exude sophistication and simplicity. This minimal, white marble fireplace adds a royal touch to the cozy setting of this classic living room. Design by Biringer Builders.
A brick wood-burning fireplace adds countryside charm to this modern farmhouse living room. The dried grasses and exposed wood ceiling beams complete the rustic look, making this room a great place to gather and relax. Design by Creative Home Concepts.
Hearth of Stone
This stone fireplace complements the warm décor of the home’s exterior patio space. A mounted flat screen and simple lantern ornamentation draws the eye to the hearth and invites guests to sit and stay for a while. Design by Castle Homes.
Dress It Up
Farmhouse décor flanks this white painted brick fireplace, lending a touch of chic adornment to the space. A wall weaving ties the look together.
This sleek fireplace unites both the contemporary and glamorous aspects of this home’s upscale living room. Blue leather couches, suede lounge chairs, and expansive patio doors and windows add to the posh vibe. Design by Castle Homes.
This wainscot fireplace wall creates a beautiful divide between the home’s open floor plan, which includes a kitchen, as well as a sitting and living room. A rectangle quarterfoil mirror adds an elegant touch to the sophisticated décor. Design by Biringer Builders.