In home designs today, gas fireplaces can be found in any room of the house. From bathrooms and bedrooms to living rooms and outdoor spaces, these gas fireplaces are sure to spark some creative design ideas in your own space.
This gas fireplace in the wall between the bedroom and bathroom is able to serve both rooms simultaneously. Continuous mosaic tile in the bathroom makes up the surround of the fireplace as well as the custom-built tub and shower.
Earth and Fire
An organic sculptural form provides the surround for this fireplace and intrinsically creates shelves for displaying a lively collection of pottery. Design by Steve Appolloni.
A horizontal, simple gas fireplace appears as another piece of artwork in this fun, elegant living room. Colorful glasswork stands out against the natural wood of the shelves and surrounding neutral furnishings. Design by Studio M.
Clean and Crisp
The use of a gas fireplace in this living room keeps the room both warm and clean. A marble fireplace surround adds both texture and elegance without distracting from the crispness of the space. Design by Jennifer Duneier.
This modern gas fireplace set in a stone surround doubles as an elegant room divider. A red accent wall adds another layer of warmth to the room and enhances the artwork on the wall. Design by Andreas Charalambous.
Brick rubble forms the base for this outdoor gas fire pit. Natural stone and brick are mixed making the space feel as though the stones to create it were gathered just outside the patio. Design by Scott Cohen.
This elegant gas fire pit has a stage all to itself. The ring of fire is echoed by the repeating circle in the tile outline and also in the fan structure of the roof. Design by Steve Appolloni.
This raised gas fireplace is placed in close proximity to cozy, cabana-style seating, giving residents and guests the opportunity to warm up and still be involved in nearby entertaining. Design by Christopher Grubb.