Fireplaces are one of the most traditional elements of a living room. Here are 90 beautiful fireplace ideas and fireplace designs in this gallery. We chose many of them from work of popular interior designers or architects.
We try to find the best examples from popular designers and decorators.
1Designed by Brooke & Lou
2Designed by Studio McGee
A stone, classical fireplace design that might fit in to a traditional room can be turned in to a contemporary one with a simple mantelpiece installed on top, giving it a different look.
4Designed by Lindye Galloway
5Designed by Nina
A subtle fireplace with wooden millwork around it would blend the simplicity of the modern vibes with the curves of the country style.
7Designed by Heather Dewberry
8Designed by Georgia Street Design
Wall-mounted fireplace is perfect for small spaces. Due to its minimalist nature, it is a good choice for modern places and can become the focal point of a room easily with its beauty.
10Designed by Emily Brownell
11Designed by Elms Interior Design
12Designed by Elms Interior Design
A marble fireplace framed by painted wood can immediately turn a mediocre room into a luxurious one without even trying. A big mirror used on top of it would also enrich the luxurious look, making the place look larger.
14Designed by Austin King
15Designed by Kristi
A built-in, ledgestone fireplace brings warmth to a rustic atmosphere with its natural look that is effortlessly beautiful.
17Designed by Shannan
18Designed by Heather Scott Home
19The Modern Look
A modern designed fireplace mounted on a wall can utilize any material such as concrete or metal, giving it an elegant and futuristic look with sharp and clean lines.
20Designed by Elms Interior Design
21Designed by Arlington Home Interiors
22The Traditional Style
A fireplace decor can be traditional yet different with a few changes. Using stone on the edges only and painting the rest might be a good idea to blend it in with the rest of the place, especially in a small living room.
23Designed by Remedy Design Firm
24Designed by Studio McGee
Instead of wood-burning fireplaces, you can opt for the electric ones that are not only eco-friendly but also fitting for the modern style.
26Designed by Austin King
27Designed by Chapman Design
Fieldstone fireplaces are no doubt the signature of the rustic style with its cozy and natural look, giving off easy-going vibes to the atmosphere.
29Designed by McCory Interiors
30Designed by Studio McGee
31Electric Mixed with Traditional
Without worrying about chimneys and how to clean them, you can prefer an electric fireplace that is decorated traditionally to fit into a traditional living room. It is as easy as that!
32Designed by Lindye Galloway
33Designed by Heather Scott Home
34Importance of Material
Choosing eye-catching materials like marble tiles to decorate a fireplace is enough to make it a statement object in a room.
35Designed by Pearson Design Group
36Designed by Lindye Galloway
37Using the Vertical Space
A wall-mounted fireplace can cover the whole wall, while the vertical lines used in decoration can support to fill the open space and become the focal point of the room.
38Designed by Think Architecture
39Designed by Phinney Design Group
40Brick in White
A brick fireplace can easily match a contemporary, white living room by being painted white to erase the classical look and make it new.
41Designed by Shannan
42Designed by Pearson Design Group
43Fireplace as Decor
Fireplaces can be used only for decorative purposes as well. A vintage fireplace that has beautiful, detailed carvings can be used to complete the overall look of a luxurious vintage room.
44Designed by Carter & Company
45Designed by Sarah Bartholomew
Color contrasts in a fireplace along with different materials can bring not only warmth but also fun into your living room.
47Designed by Paula Daher
48Designed by Katie Staples
49The White Fireplace
A built-in, white fireplace with tiles changes the ambiance of the room even without the burning logs inside.
50Designed by Leoma’s Home Style & Tweaks
51Designed by Lindsay Gerber Northart
52The Gray Fireplace
An ordinary brick fireplace can be painted dark gray to take on a contemporary look to go with your current style.
53Designed by Angie Hranowsky
54Designed by Sarah
55Tiles with Designs
Fireplaces that has tiles with designs on them can become an artwork themselves to bring life to a room.
56Designed by Eclectic Home
57Designed by Nick Olsen
58Stone yet Mounted
Combining the two styles, you can use wall-mounted fireplaces with bricks to enhance the traditional feelings while keeping it simple and minimalistic.
59Designed by R.P. Morrison Builders
60Designed by Austin King
An antique fireplace becomes the focal point of the room without any effort with its unique style, matching a vintage style living room.
62Designed by Andrew Flesher
63Designed by Carter & Company
A big, stately, built-in, stone fireplace works with many styles from traditional to rustic, bringing the attention to itself in a room that is subtle in base.
65Designed by Pursley Dixon Architecture
66Designed by Studio McGee
A fireplace with brown stones can fit into many color schemes, from blues to browns and any material, from wood to stone, making it easy to decorate.
68Designed by Fratantoni Design
69Designed by Lindye Galloway
Contrasting colors on a fireplace is enough to make it shine in a room with subtle colors and pieces of furniture.
71Designed by Heather Scott Home
72Designed by NB Design Group
The mantelpieces of a fireplace are important areas for decoration. Putting mirrors, pictures or candle holders on top can change the atmosphere.
74Designed by Jewel Marlowe
75Designed by Crystal Blackshaw Interiors
76The Contemporary Style
A stone fireplace with clean and simple lines can complement any contemporary living room, especially when chosen in neutral or cool tones such as gray, matching any color scheme without a problem.