Ultra-Chic Fireplace Inspiration

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You know autumn has truly arrived when you can smell the sweet scent of burning wood emanating from chimneys in the evenings. Yes, there’s nothing quite like curling up next to a warm fire on a chilly evening. And if that fireplace is incredibly stylish and well designed, the veritable heart of the room? Even better! Here are some ultra-chic fireplace designs to inspire you during the long winter months.

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The freestanding wood-burning fireplace is a mid-century modern classic. Though it doesn’t have the classic feel of a traditional fireplace, the sleek design perfectly complements the room’s décor and reflects the curving lines of the bentwood furnishings. 

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A recessed fireplace is the focal point of this playful design. We love how chairs and surfaces of different colors and shapes have been arranged in front of the small hearth. You can tell some really fun discussions have occurred here. 

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Taking “open plan” to a whole new level, this design turns the fireplace into a stunning centerpiece for the room without taking away any of the design’s spacious vibe. It’s contemporary but with enough rustic elements to feel homey.

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Did you know that many designers use Caesarstone to create custom fireplaces? Kriste Michileni, whom we featured in a Designer Spotlight, interiors used contemporary Raven and Concrete quartz surfaces to create the one-of-a-kind frame around this hearth. The modern art is just an accent; the true masterpiece is the fireplace.

 

What’s your favorite type of fireplace design?

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