The fireplace surround is stacked rock up until the wood mantel. The mantel extends well past the fireplace, and the wall adjacent is set with the same stacked rocks. The fireplace flu tapers upwards in white. The hearth is shallow, but wide and deep.
Solid and square, this fireplace with its large wooden mantel provides comfort to a room and its inhabitants. The area below the hearth provides a convenient spot for stacking kindling. The mixed brickwork provides visual interest.
A sleek and contemporary design, this fireplace with its concrete design fits in well with the wooden staircase going up behind it, the open stairs going down to the left of it, the beautiful wooden framed glass doors with chrome handles and white walls. The dark hearth completes the look.
An ornate white fireplace surround, with blue-stained wood, and a contemporary piece of artwork at the mantel. This is a striking fireplace that successfully marries both traditional and contemporary in a fresh and playful way.
This modern fireplace features a marble wall surround. Glamorous and sleek, the marble edge is visible at the opening, rather than inset into the wall completely. This shows off the natural stone to a greater degree.
Further proof that brick fireplaces can look modern. The brickwork is clean and extends from floor to ceiling. This achieves the traditional appeal of brick, without reverting to a more dated fireplace surround. The black iron-look of the immediate surround of the fire is almost industrial in its functional appeal. The look is at once rustic and contemporary.
Although inspired by rustic scenes, this fireplace is anything but humble. The grand stone chimney set against the massive wooden structure of the building is impressive. The chunky wood mantle, the raised hearth, and the massive iron chandelier above all contribute to this look. The placement of the traditional rocking chairs completes the look.
Although brick fireplaces are often not seen as commonly in modern interiors as they once were, this fireplace proves to be an exception. With uniform brick extending to the ceiling and reaching to the floor, this sleek piece is original but still inviting. It unites both the traditional appeal of a fireplace with a sleek modern rendition.
Hardwood flooring is durable, attractive, and goes great in any room and with any decor.
A white stone fireplace with many angles provides depth to the room. The stacked wood below emphasizes the functionality of this structure. The white tiled floor and whiteness of the stone and walls gives this a unique look.
Although perhaps not terribly attractive, this piece is massive and unique. The yellow and red brickwork against the stacked stone wall, the pink painted sloped ceiling and tiled floor are certainly different. The many levels this fireplace has – highlighted by the red bricks – give this fireplace a look of importance. Where is this piece, what is it used for, and why did the builder choose these colors? are all questions this fireplace might evoke.
Included only as an ode to fireplaces of the past, this traditional Bulgarian fireplace, is very open, with protection only with an ornate short iron grill. The hearth is deep and practical and the wooden mantle provides further space for implements.