Designer Fireplace Are Versatile And Functional
To enjoy a good time with friends and family in the living room, the ambiance has to be comfortable, warm and welcoming. In winter, a fireplace can keep the get-together space warm and cozy. Even if your living room is large or small there are multiple fireplace design ideas.
- One fireplace for heating two rooms
A double-side designer fireplace is perfect for large gatherings. You can have a TV on one side of the mantle facing casual couches for daily lounging. On the other side, feature large artwork pieces to complement a formal sitting area decorated with sofas and other furniture.
The fireplace in the living room can look dynamic with patterns. The herringbone marble tile with white shiplap offers the fireplace with a wood mantle, a geometrical design look. Brown furniture pieces blend with the wood mantle and the marble tile materials.
- Bold statement
For modern home décor, a mantle-top décor may not be allowed. However, the space on both sides can be decorated with small objects and showpieces. The dark tiled fireplace has smooth edges, so choose decorations with sharp edges and shapes. TV above the inbuilt fireplace is the focal point.
- Wood and stone accents
Rocky white stone fireplace and natural light are an ideal combination to create an aesthetic and cozy cottage look. Gray, wood, and cream accents offer cottages a rustic feel.
Add a few neutral lanterns, statement plants, and a large framed artwork. The fireplace will grab less attention and feel like it is a necessity.