10 Inspiring Fireplaces
A Saint Paul couple plastered the brick fireplace in the living room of their 1913 Craftsman home to give it a more clean, modern look. A contractor friend built a light and sleek 9-inch-deep plywood mantel.Click or tap below for more photos of this home.
A handcrafted knotty alder fireplace contrasts crisp architecture in the living room of this Michigan home.
A polished fireplace facade fits in nicely with the sophisticated feel of this living room. Colorful teal tiles mirror the room's seafoam palette, and the classic fireplace frame complements the room's clean lines.
Bring storage and style to a seldom-used fireplace. Woven baskets store firewood, while the mantel holds other earthy elements, such as evergreens and twigs, mounted on burlap backgrounds.
This limestone-encased fireplace seamlessly bridges the natural exterior with the modern interior. Rough, textured stone contrasts with the smooth, clean lines of this living room. A neutral color palette balances the patterns of the fireplace and rug.
Transform a kitchen fireplace into a wood-burning oven perfect for pizzas! This fireplace was modified to waist-level for cooking convenience. A mantle-turned-countertop provides a resting place for hot dishes.
This painted white brick fireplace creates a calming focal point in a colorful room. The white mantel and shelves hold pieces mirroring the room's colors and patterns.
This two-sided gas fireplace warms both the living room and a home office.
A cultured stone chimney without a mantel reflects this room's contemporary interpretation of clean, natural Scandinavian style.
White paint updates stock cabinetry flanking the fireplace in this suburban family room. The color not only lightens the room; it also makes the fireplace area a focal point, especially with the addition of a black-and-white piece of art.