10 Fall-Inspired Fireplaces

Warm up your home during the chilly fall season with these cozy, inviting fireplace designs.

Photo By: HGTV fan Layla Palmer

Monochromatic Beauty

The monochromatic brown color tones in this living space emit a calm, soothing feel. A floor-to-ceiling mosaic glass tile surrounds the fireplace and adds height to the space, while the sheer draperies, striped pillow and pony-hair bench bring texture.

Regal Elegance

This Old World dining room centers on the elegant fireplace, defining the whole space. The Venetian plaster wall treatment delivers an appealing visual effect, and the velvet dining chairs provide coziness. The wrought-iron chandelier and mantel accessories disperse the element of fire throughout the room.

Glamorous Heat

The large round mirror brings attention to this soft gray fireplace. The custom tile fireplace surround, coupled with exotic bold furnishings, delivers a one-of-a-kind look. The dark yet sheer draperies bring a sense of drama, and the two niches on each side of the fireplace complete the stylish look. Design by Shelly Riehl David
From: Shelly Riehl David

Remodeling Made Easy

Remodeling doesn't have to be costly or overwhelming. HGTV fan LaylaPalmer painted the fireplace's outdated brick black and attached white-painted lumber for a clean, crisp fall look. Casual furnishings and a neutral color palette modify the look.

Southwestern Sizzle

Aside from the fire, the rich color tones and soft furnishings bring warmth to this Southwestern-style living room. Container plants and bold accessories surround the soft green adobe fireplace and breathe life into the space. Design by Amy Bubier

Fireside Reading Nook

Nothing makes a bedroom more intimate than a fireplace. Designer Marie Burgos placed a reading nook next to this fireplace to create a cozy spot during chilly fall days. A trio of tall earthy candles enhances the fall look.

Warm, Inviting Dining

A wall-mounted fireplace makes a dinner gathering more intimate and cozy, and the stone façade brings a natural touch to the modern gas fireplace. The warm, inviting look is complete with soft lighting, rich walls and comfortable seating. A neutral area rug and light hardwood flooring anchor the space.

Mediterranean Flair

The round designs on the wrought-iron fireplace hood bring a touch of whimsy and rustic elegance to this Mediterranean living space. The wood box blends in with the burnt orange Saltillo tile flooring for a unified look that's an ideal ode to fall. Minimal accessories and the crisp white adobe fireplace soften the look while keeping true to Mediterranean design.

Symmetrical Features

Symmetry is essential in this traditional living room designed by Jennifer Duneier. A soft blue wing chair and open shelving flank each side of the fireplace, drawing the eye toward the center of the room. The dark marble fireplace surround creates a stark contrast against the fresh white mantel.

Handcrafted Design

The hand-carved fireplace by Ziccardi Designs is the focal point in this elegant living room. The dark wood furniture and bold area rug add a rich look to the room. Luxurious fabrics coupled with live plantings allow the intricate details of the fireplace to stand out.

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