Since 2009, I’ve been working in the interior design industry. I’ve interned for a hospitality design company, worked in various furniture and fabric showrooms, and been an interior designer for a design-build firm. I decided to hang out my shingle and launch m studio interior design in 2015. And now I get to do what I love best: Design homes that are totally customized to the clients I work with!
It’s that time of the year to snuggle up with a warm cup of cocoa and cozy up next to a fire! The fireplace serves as both a practical and ornamental element in a home and can have great potential to act as an incredible focal point. It’s appearance may make or break a room’s decor. We’ve compiled a few of our favorite fireplace design ideas to spark your creativity should you plan to spruce up the fireplace in your home!
You can’t go wrong with classic black in today’s trendy styles. It has a masculine sense about it, which grounds the room and creates a sense of ease. Black accessories will accentuate the space and further compliment this sleek look.
With a continuous all-white palette, you can appreciate the heightened ceiling line. This classic white fireplace, although finished with panel molding, conveys a clean and attractive appeal with no effort.
With this magnificent and subtle stone fireplace, you may create a comfortable spot in your house. This fireplace is basic yet stylish, as it offers a sense of repose, grounded by black hearth. The warm earthy tones of the stone contrasting the blackened steel give coziness to the space.
A natural stone can make a big statement, and this featured fireplace wall doesn’t disappoint! The deeper tones work beautifully because it contrasts with the stark whiteness of the surrounding walls in the room and the gorgeous symmetrical pattern of the stone veining acts as an art piece.
Sometimes a splash of unique patterned tile surrounding your fireplace box is enough to create a beautiful statement! This fun pattern looks lovely and, due to the minimal use of tile, offers elegance without being overpowering. The sleek wooden mantle acts as a natural transition to the drywall beyond.
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