There’s nothing more cozy than comfortable sit with a blanket next to a fireplace with a glass of wine on a cold day.
Whether it’s on the inside or outside space, a fireplace will bring you all the warmth and comfort you’re looking for.
So if you’re aiming to bring a new energy into your home or simply need a boost of references that bring your ideas to a bloom this roundup of gorgeous designs will for sure help you. From sleek marble designs to classic brick details, these fireplaces are full of design inspiration.
In the Mexican city of Guadalajara the Argentinian architect Alejandro Sticotti created a covered outdoor lounge. Connected to the home’s indoor, open-plan kitchen and dining room. The sheltered area contains a seating area with a timber-framed sofa and a dining table alongside an outdoor chiminea set against a wall.
Designed to take advantage of views over nearby Table Mountain. This concrete outdoor dining pavilion was designed by Metropolis as part of a renovation of a house in the Cape Town suburb of Constantia. The open-sided pavilion includes a square concrete hearth topped with a suspended funnel-shaped flue surrounded by concrete seating
This outdoor fireplace design by Conte and Conte with stonework adds visual interest. The understated earthy color adds to the rustic look of the outdoor space.
Strong lines, high contrasts and mixed elements. The mai sleek pool design is finished with a black-tiled fire pit, powered by propane for a modern Hollywood look.
For an outdoor area with breathtaking mountain views, BK Interior Design incorporated a sleek, modern fireplace design for a touch of glam.
In TV producer Jamie Tarses’ Hollywood Hills home, designed by Pamela Shamshiri of Commune Design, the outdoor area’s fire pit is by Plain Air. The seat cushions are of a Donghia fabric and the metal chairs are vintage.
The terrace of this London townhouse is centered with a marble fireplace that was salvaged from the property’s original drawing room. The lamps are by José Ignacio Baluster, and the flooring is Belgian bluestone.
In designer Alison Palevsky’s Pacific Palisades home, the terrace’s sofas and cocktail table, by Link Outdoor, surround a cozy fireplace. The light fixture is from the 1950s.
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