This is currently my favourite for a fireplace - love it! Only 'issue' is the colouration at the top of the fire. White may not be the best choice :(

olhar-nas-nuvens-blog: thescandinaviansideoflife: Elisabeth... (designed interiors*)

modern fireplace

Tall windows instead of doors - maybe in the bedrooms? Love this Scandi interior complete with Hans J Wegner's Shell Chair from Carl Hansen & Son:

the family room

Your fireplace can be designed and decorated to become the focal point of your room. In fact, if you implement some of the fireplace ideas in this post, you can.

Cozy Modern: 10 Minimalist Fireplaces | Apartment Therapy

Cozy Modern: 10 Minimalist Fireplaces

Modern, minimalist design in this tall space featuring stone fireplace surround, floor to ceiling windows, and white, U-shaped modern sectio...

45 Contemporary Living Rooms with Sectional Sofas (Pictures)

Modern living room design, flat understated couch and fireplace. Beautiful space with great open windows.

Wow, wow, wow! We are loving this #bathroom! the grays are awesome and we #love the #fireplace!

bathroom i don't like all the edges and corners in this. but i do like that there's a fireplace in the bathroom. i want a fireplace in my bathroom!

Sophisticated Concrete Interiors in the Czech Republic by oooox

Concrete Interior by OOOOX

This concrete interior is part of a home located in Osice, a small village southwest of Hradec Králové, Czech Republic and was designed by oooox.

How European! Rustic open #fireplace in a light, bright, white space.


what i love here, is the wood pit next to the fireplace. i have an old bookshelf directly next to my fireplace that i would love to relocate to the living room. this is a great idea to replace the bookshelf.

You can only call this a "non-working fireplace" in the most literal sense.

12 Ideas for Your Nonworking Fireplace

Use these tricks to make your small space welcoming, cozy and clutter-free.

axel verwoordt

{Revisiting this iconic Axel Vervoordt project (third time) for today’s TBT. The wabi sabi philosophy guided the design of the penthouse in The Greenwich Hotel, creating a space that is somehow humble.