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Beautiful Decoration Living Rooms Idea With Fireplaces.

Fireplaces Offer a Warm Welcome

Nothing makes a room feel cozier than a fireplace. Whether your style is modern, traditional, farmhouse or something altogether different, a living room that has a fireplace just feels more welcoming than one that doesn’t.

Traditional, transitional, or something in between, a classic fireplace mantel adds elegance and sophistication to just about any room. As this living room designed by Oliver Burns demonstrates, a fireplace can pull everything together and add a sense of sophistication in a way nothing else can.

Contemporary Living Room Fireplace

A fireplace doesn’t have to stand out to have an impact. The modern fireplace in this neutral living room by Elms Interior Design blends into its surroundings due in large part to the fact that there’s no mantel. The box fits snugly into the stone feature wall without calling attention to itself.

Glass Living Room Fireplace

By no means do fireplaces have to be traditional. This contemporary piece by Acucraft Fireplaces is surrounded by a glass enclosure that goes all the way to the ceiling. The look is totally modern and totally unique.

Fireplace With Built-In Shelving

Incorporating a small fireplace into a shelving unit is a great way to add warmth to a modern family or living room. In this room designed by John Lum Architecture, it divides the two sides of the built-in cabinets, creating a sense of balance and symmetry.

Copper Fireplace

A copper fireplace surround is a unique design feature in this comfortable living room by LDa Architecture and Interiors. The warm finish and unique application add an artisanal element to this eye-catching focal point.

White Painted Brick Fireplace

To paint brick or not to paint brick? So many people are hesitant to do it, but here, designer Jessica Helgerson demonstrates that when a brick fireplace is painted properly it can blend seamlessly into a room’s design. Just be sure when painting brick that you’re certain you want to do it ​because once brick has been painted it’s very difficult to restore it to its natural look.

Mosaic Tile Fireplace Details

Have a little fun with your fireplace by using a mosaic tile surround. In this transitional living room from Calista Interiors, the mosaic pattern adds a sense of fun to an otherwise solidly neutral space.

Farmhouse Flair

Give a living room a little farmhouse flair with a stone fireplace surround. As this room courtesy of Witt Construction demonstrates, you don’t need to go all out with a stone mantel and hearth in order to get the full effect. This fireplace uses both stone and vertical shiplap to create a warm and friendly farmhouse design.

Color and Pattern

Have fun with your fireplace by adding a burst of color and pattern. In this room from Caisson Studios, patterned tile with a little Mediterranean flair was used to liven up a tired fireplace. The result is fresh, fun, and youthful.

Stone and Wood Fireplace

Stone and woodwork beautifully together in just about every case. In this living room from Anne Sneed Architectural Interiors, the stone fireplace combined with wood accents creates a classic ranch or farmhouse style look. Warm, comfortable, and very inviting.