Cozy up—if only virtually—to these fantastic fireplaces this week during the Polar Vortex.
The master suite is heated by a custom bronze chimney, which hovers near a coffee table pairing glazed lava stone and bronze.
A central fireplace heats the 366-square-foot multitasking room clad entirely in waxed and oiled birch-veneer plywood.
Richly veined Italian marble lines the fireplace in the living room, a sharp contrast to the soft whites on the walls.
4. Elegant Parisian Apartment by Rinck
A simple and elegant living room looks out towards the Eiffel Tower and the Seine.
In the living area, built-in metal shelving surrounds a fireplace framed in Port Laurent marble.
A sofa in the living area by Jaime Hayon mixes with one of his armchairs and an Eero Saarinen Womb chair in front of the fireplace.
A sculpture by Laddie John Dill hangs over the living room fireplace.
Light from one of the “lanterns” filters into the living room just above the wood-burning stove.
9. 1917 San Francisco Residence by Elizabeth Austin
Mark English Architects updated this classic home incorporating a niche for artwork above the fireplace.
Mojo Stumer Associates converted four West Village apartments into a duplex, connecting the two levels with a stainless steel staircase.
A patterned fireplace adds a splash of color and life to the living room.
The Pacific Northwest has a long rainy season, so creating a comfortable and cozy fireplace was a key element of the program.
In the cabana, seating and a table by Gloster surround the fireplace with an accented by a rug by Dash & Albert and a vintage convex mirror.
Recessed niches in the kitchen accommodate a small wood-burning fireplace and kindling.