10 Fireplaces We Love From HGTV Fans
Check out 10 ways to make the coziest part of the house even more inviting.
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December 29, 2014
By: Charity Curley Mathews
Reaching New Heights
To solve the problem of what to do in a living room with a two-story ceiling, HGTV fan Liv By Design Interiors created a fireplace setting that not only fills the space, but makes it even more beautiful.
Snuggling just became incredibly chic. A fireplace in the bedroom always takes cozy to a whole new level, but with clean lines, ample space and panoramic views, HGTV fan TK does it in the most sleek and modern way.
With European panache, this fireplace completes the look of HGTV fan Tetbury's breakfast room. The hearth not only adds a focal point to the room, but it also contributes to a warmer look and feel.
HGTV fan Perri takes a fresh approach with this hearth and fireplace in two shades of stone. Ethnic accessories line the mantel to tie the whole look together.
Traditional Done Right
With perfectly proportionate artwork above the mantel and matching armchairs circling the coffee table, the fireplace becomes a natural focal point for the room. Design by HGTV fan Creynolds
By pairing everything in the room, from the curtains and loveseats to the chairs and pillows, HGTV fan moredesign made it seem effortless to create a fireplace focal point.
Big Dogs Don't Bite
Flanking this oversize fireplace are two greyhounds. "We've wanted to use these stone greyhounds on a fireplace for years," HGTV fans Peggy and Dale said. "We finally had the guts to do it." And we love it.
The Perfect Porch
When it comes to screened-in porches, HGTV fan MAG66 knows how to do it. With comfy seating, a working fireplace and a flat-screen TV mounted above, this is sure to be the most popular place in the house.
Under an oversized archway, this freestanding gas fireplace in Houston makes HGTV fan cgabor's patio feel just like a living room — one with tons of fresh air.
This fireplace by HGTV fan Casavecchia is so subtle that it's positively chic. Amid the dark furniture and accessories of this 1920s Spanish bungalow, the white-on-white mantel and hearth work perfectly.
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