Feature Fireplaces: Interiors Inspiration | C&TH Interiors
Celine Interior Design

Feature Fireplaces: Interiors Inspiration

Interiors /


Beautiful fireplace ideas to get you through the season's changes

This post may contain affiliate links. Learn more

       

Autumn is fast approaching, and while no-one is looking forward to the long, dark nights, there’s nothing cosier than curling up by the fireplace with a good book. If your hearth could do with a bit of sprucing up or you find yourself torn between an ornate marble mantlepiece or minimalist wood burner, look no further than our round-up of stylish fireplaces for inspiration and ideas.

The 50 Best Interior Designers

The C&TH Fireplace Edit

 

Photo 1 of
  • Salvesen graham christie's

    An elegant sitting room, courtesy of Salvesen Graham for Christie’s, anchors the fireplace in classical symmetry, down to the wall sconces and mantlepiece ornaments.

  • Fromental, Eric Egan's Studio

    Fromental‘s riotous, handcrafted Bargello wallpaper frames a classic marble fireplace in the studio of Eric Egan.

  • Retrouvius

    Salvage specialist and design studio, Retrouvius, chose reusable materials to create this stylish, rustic fireplace.

  • Celine Interior Design

    A classic fireplace of carved marble is the perfect match for an elegant interior in shades of taupe and grey, by Celine Interior Design.

  • If you’re short on space, a compact bio-ethanol wood burner, like in this open-plan London living room created by Bergman Interiors, is ideal for apartment living.

  • Interior designer Jane Churchill created a warm, bright ambience with reflected mirrors and a Grecian-inspired fireplace.

  • Cole & Son

    Exuberant floral wallpaper, courtesy of Cole & Son’s Aurora print, is the backdrop for this timeless marble mantlepiece.

  • Sybille de Margerie

    In an interior created by Sybille de Margerie, the fireplace in this chic chalet in Courchevel makes use of Alpine stone, wood and slate, dramatically framed by vertical log storage.

  • A cosy open hearth (with a clever side nook for log storage) in the Oxfordshire home of designer Willow Crossley.

  • th2 designs

    In this family sitting room by th2designs, the fireplace is given its own sofa, with a tidy recess for logs under the wood-burning stove.

  • Salvesen Graham

    Adding a fender, as in this Salvesen Graham living room, is a great way to introduce a pop of colour or favourite print, while maximising the seating space around the fireplace.

MORE INTERIORS INSPIRATION

Marble Kitchens / Beautiful Bathrooms / Home Libraries / Seaside Wallpaper Edit

Quantcast