On frosty winter evenings, there is nothing better than the crackling of firewood in the fireplace, the smell of smoke and the living warmth of fire. Once the fireplace was needed to simply survive in the cold season, now it is just a decorative style element of the interior (although an additional source of heat is often not superfluous). In any room, he instantly becomes the center of attention.
After reviewing our selection, you will see that the fireplace fits into any interior — from rustic rooms to luxurious classic living rooms. You will see how, having equipped a fireplace, you can add heat to your home. A living room with a fireplace in a house or apartment is not only a style of living space, it is a style of life itself.
The ceiling painted in pale pink color is the color of set gypsum, giving a light reddish glow to the living room, the design of which was designed by Jeffrey Bilhuber. 18th century Scottish mantelpiece, Lucca Antiques round coffee table, bespoke armchair and sofas, Demiurge New York chandelier, Claire Sherman painting, Lucca mirror. Co. and the carpet from the Mitchell Denburg collection, together, create a style of space.
Living room with fireplace. The work of designer Jeffrey Bilhubera.
In a house in Southern California, the space above the fireplace is lined with silver mica panels - in contrast to the walls and the floor of the living room, decorated with travertine. The vintage table and chairs on the left are the work of designer Jansen, the couch is from the 1960s, the sculpture on the step is the work of Rod Kagan, and the carpet is handmade by J. D. Staron.
Living room in a house in Southern California.
Decorator Nicholas Kilner recently updated the penthouse of the American Thread Co. building. - one of the attractions of New York. A huge room is decorated with a sculpture made of steel by John McCracken, located next to the seating area, which houses the sofas from Chevalier Hugo. On the coffee table of Paul Evans there is a figure of a polar bear from Meissen porcelain. On the left, on the pedestal, there is a bust of Raymond Leon Rivuar, and the work of Vietnamese-born American photo artist An-My Lê hangs over the fireplace. The floor lamps are of American manufacture from the beginning of the 20th century, and the large steel numerals “88” are the work of the American artist Violetta Banks.
Penthouse in the building of American Thread Co. (New York). The work of Nicholas Kilner.
In the drawing room of a Manhattan townhouse reconstructed by Brian Sawyer and John Berson, neoclassical French mirrors from H.M. Luther frame a Picasso design and a designer mantelpiece. A custom-made sofa and soft armchairs upholstered in silk are placed on an old Persian carpet, while the walls are covered with velvet.
The living room of a townhouse in Manhattan. Designers - Brian Sawyer and John Berson.
In the living room of a house in Beverly Hills, to the right of the fireplace is a sculpture of Ruth Asawa. A pair of sofa-covered sofas and a coffee table from the design studio Kathleen Clements Design are located next to the bergerings of the times of Louis XVI. The place of honor to the right of the fireplace is occupied by the sculpture of Katherine Willis, to the left is the bust of an ancient Roman by Mark Grothian and Ed Rush.
House in Beverly Hills, California.
The fireplace is central to the large living room of a villa in New Jersey, reconstructed by architect Annabelle Seldorf and designer Matthew Frederick. Custom-made sofas in the fabric of George Smith are located at the coffee table. Two paintings decorate the interior of the living room - one on the mantel, the other on the table beside the wall.
The living room of a villa in New Jersey. The architect is Annabel Seldorf, the designer is Matthew Frederick.
For a living room in this house, located in the mountains northeast of Seattle, designers from Olson Kundig Architects have developed a special screen for the fireplace. The ceiling fan is from Northwest Envirofan, and the dining chairs are from Moooi.
Mountain hut near Seattle. Work design studio Olson Kundig Architects.
The design concept for a living room in one of California homes was developed by Miles Redd. The walls here are trimmed with white oak, in front of the fireplace are Moore leather-covered stools. Giles, French doors half-closed with Natural Curiosities textiles.
House in California. Designed by Miles Redd.
The main decoration of this living room is a silk-screen portrait of Andy Warhol's work, hanging above a stone fireplace.
Design of a living room with a fireplace in a Parisian apartment.
The living room at home in Aspen Colorado was reconstructed by the design company Atelier AM The centerpiece here is undoubtedly the fireplace, the walls around which are finished in black steel.In addition, visitors to this living room will be able to see here a custom-made sectional sofa upholstered with Loro Piana fabric, round stools from Atelier AM, a vintage Prouvé chair, a Pierre Guariche floor lamp and a picture of Richard Prince’s work.
A guest cottage at a ski resort in Aspen, Colorado. Work design studio Atelier AM.
In the living room of a house in São Paulo, designed by architect Isay Weinfeld, a quartet of vintage armchairs gathered in front of the 1960s French fireplace. The wall with a fireplace is made of quartzite, and the ceiling and floor of the room are covered with bleached wood.
Living room at home in São Paulo. The work of the architect Isaiah Weinfeld.
Decorator Susanna Kasler and employees of the architectural firm Spitzmiller worked on the design of the living room with a fireplace in this house. Norris. The beauty of the room is underlined by beams of bleached cypress wood and a fireplace made of local stone. The chair design that you see on the right was designed by Suzanne Casler for the Hickory Chair, an antique painted wardrobe from Ainsworth-Noah, and the curtains are sewn of Robert Kim's fabric.
House in Tennessee. The work of the architectural studio Spitzmiller. Norris and designer Suzanne Casler.
In the living room of one of the Zurich houses, the design of which was designed by Stephen Gambrel, there is a fireplace with a marble mantelpiece of the 19th century. Vienna shelving - from Jonathan Burden Antiques, fabric for curtains and upholstered furniture - from de Le Cuona, carpet - from ABC Carpet. Home.
House in Zurich (Switzerland). Designer - Stephen Gambrel.
Photo artist Jack Pearson is decorated with black steel framing the fireplace in the living room of one of the New York houses, the project of which was designed by Brian Sawyer and John Berson. The sofa and armchairs, covered with cloth from Perennials, clustered around a coffee table.
Living room at home in New York. Project by Brian Sawyer and John Berson.
In this Malibu, Californian home, custom-made sofas upholstered in Great Plains fabric stand in front of the fireplace in the living room. Above the fireplace is a mirror from Waldo's Designs. The left wall is decorated with a painting by Thomas Helbig. A large round table is from Dos Gallos Furniture, and a low bench (used as a side table) is from Heath Ceramics.
Living room at home in Malibu, California.
A painting by Mark Hagen hangs above the fireplace in the living room of another California house designed by Richard Hallberg and Barbara Weasley. A pair of 17th century French armchairs stand next to the Formations coffee table. On the pedestal at the window stands a sculpture made from the root of a tree.
A house in the Malibu California. The work of Richard Hallberg and Barbara Weasley.
In the living room of a New York residence designed by Sawyer | Berson and decorator Randy Puccio, a picture of Richard Puzette-Dart hangs over a minimalist fireplace. A pair of 1950s Nino Zoncada chairs and Duane Modern club chairs are surrounded by a coffee table by Antony Todd Home. Next to the window is a colorful glass sculpture by Monica Gujisberg and Philip Baldwin.
Private residence in New York. Joint project design studio Sawyer | Berson and decorator Randy Puccio.
A concrete fireplace is the centerpiece of a living room created by Olson Kundig Architects. Here you can also see chairs upholstered in vintage textiles, a coffee table from Olson Kundig Architects, and an old Danish floor lamp.
Living room at home in Washington. The work of employees of the company Olson Kundig Architects.
The Fireorb Fireplace adds ultramodernity to the overall atmosphere of the living room in this house, designed by architect Basil Walter. BDDW sofas are grouped around a coffee table from Ralph Pucci International. The lamps from David Weeks Studio harmonize well with the fireplace.
Villa in Hudson (New York). Project architect Basil Walter.
A fireplace, “dressed” in moss-covered stones, sets the style for the living room of this house in Montana, built by architects from Locati Architects and decorated by Michael S. Smith. The foreground round table is from Jasper, as well as the fabric covering the sofas created by Michael S. Smith. Iron chandeliers - from Formations. The black leather chair from about 1930 is from Fritz Henningssen, and the bench is the work of George Nakashim.
Living room at home in Montana. A joint project of the architectural company Locati Architects and designer Michael S. Smith.
A fireplace in the shape of a sunflower, made in the 1940s and covered with gold leaf, hangs over the fireplace in the living room of this 18th century French house built by designer Jean-Louis Deniote.
House in the Loire Valley (France). The work of Jean-Louis Deniot.
In the center of the living room at home in Louisiana, the design of which was developed by McAlpine Tankersley Architecture and McAlpine Booth. Ferrier Interiors, stands a chair in the neoclassical style of H. M. Luther. The wall between the windows is decorated by the landscape of Karl Winnen.
Living room at home in Louisiana. Joint project McAlpine Tankersley Architecture and McAlpine Booth. Ferrier Interiors.
In the living room of this California home created by experts from Backen, Gillam. Kroeger Architects and April Powers, the mantel wall is lined with Texas shell rock. Vintage sofas - from Michael Taylor, floor lamps - the work of Shakib Richan.
Living room at home in the small town of Woodside, California. Joint project Backen, Gillam. Kroeger Architects and April Powers.
The living room of a Manhattan penthouse, the design concept of which was invented by Dufner Heighes, boasts a rather attractive fireplace. A pair of Michael Berman Limited armchairs and Holly Hunt sofa, upholstered in natural wool, surround the Ado Chale coffee table. The mirror is from BDDW, the dresser and floor lamp on the tripod are from Christian Liaigre, the anthracite side table Jim Zivic is from Ralph Pucci International, and the custom-made carpet is from ALT for Living.
Penthouse in Manhattan. Draft design studio Dufner Heighes.
Artificially aged mirror panels surround the fireplace in the living room of a 1935 house built in Los Angeles and renovated by Pamela Shamshiri from Commune, an interior design company. Above the mantelpiece hanging picture of the director Jean Negulesko. Attractive iron tables from Holly Hunt.
Living room at home in Los Angeles. Reconstruction of Pamela Shamshiri (Commune design studio).
The interior of the living room of this house in Beverly Hills was conceived by the architectural firm Standard. The center of attention here is undoubtedly a chimney wall, lined with cement panels imitating aged boards. Old oak beams frame huge windows, the ceiling is sheathed with pine planks, which have also seen a lot in their lifetime. Hanging lamp - from Treasurbite Design.
House in Beverly Hills. The work of the company Standard.
This fireplace warms a living room resembling an art gallery in a Manhattan apartment, the design of which Francis D'Anay from D'Apostrophe Design worked on. Velvet-clad sofas made by Vladimir Kagan are located on both sides of the coffee table by Silas Sindel. The large photogram on the left is the work of Bruce Conner.
The living room of an apartment in Manhattan. Design by Francis D'Anay from the studio D'Apostrophe Design.
In the living room-library at home in the Swiss Alps, designed by the Studio Studio Peregalli, a velvet-lined armchair “settled down” next to a 17th-century French fireplace.
A cozy cottage with a fireplace in the Swiss Alps. The work of designers from Studio Peregalli.
Were you convinced that the fireplace brings some special, incomparable charm into the living room interior? We will give you the opportunity to continue to receive aesthetic pleasure. The interiors presented below cannot boast with the famous names of world-famous designers, but this has not made them any less beautiful.
Modern living room with stone fireplace and simple mantelpiece (from Cedarglen Homes).
This corner fireplace, surrounded by bookcases, competes for attention with a large flat-screen TV. But since the fireplace rises on a pedestal and serves as a support for a beautiful mirrored panel, every time it is a victory behind it (from Dan Waibel | Designer. Builder).
The living room atmosphere of this house in Vancouver is undoubtedly set by a modern corner fireplace (by Chris Pardo Design | Elemental Architecture).
The corner stone fireplace eclipses all other design elements in this living room (Bart Edson).
By simply placing a bright tray on a coffee table or ottoman in the center of your living room, you can drastically change the accents (from KannCept Design, Inc.).
The wall around the fireplace is trimmed with stone to the ceiling itself, but the mantelpiece is simply absent here. Pretty interesting, isn't it? (from Shane Homes)
The sand color of the walls of this living room is perfectly combined with the color of the natural wood from which the cabinets are made, and with the color of the stones that decorate the wall by the fireplace (from John Buchan Homes).
Different textures around the fireplace - this is really beautiful and, most importantly, contrasts well with the overly smooth living room walls (from Garrison Hullinger Interior Design).
Adding smooth curved lines when designing the fireplace is a unique design move. Yes, and elevation of the hearth is also an interesting solution (from Witt Construction, Inc.).
The color palette of this living room is really stylish and sophisticated (from K. Hovnanian Homes).
How do you like the wall around the fireplace? (from Peter A. Sellar).
When the hosts and guests of this living room do not watch TV with a 60-inch plasma screen, their attention is definitely focused on the stone-trimmed fireplace (by James Patrick Walters Design).
The interior of this living room with a fireplace is impressive! (from Hawthorn Builders).
Does your home have a corner that seems like a lost space? Install a corner fireplace there! (from Happy Interiors).
Sometimes there are two focal points in a room at once. The best way to cope with this designer blunder is to separate them, to separate them from each other. This allows you to simultaneously enjoy both the fireplace and the TV (from Laura Burton Interiors).
Modern living room in pale blue and rich gray interspersed with orange as an accent color (from Lilli Design).
Huge windows adjoin the fireplace wall directly (from Sterling Custom Homes).
This living room looks great. But if the firebox were a little bigger, and the hearth a little higher, the interior view would greatly benefit from this (from Jordan Lotoski).
How magnificent are the fireplace and the living room as a whole (from 2fORM Architecture).