A custom sculpture cradles the flames in this gas fireplace and adds a free-form, organic note to a very angular space. The openness gives it the feel of a fire pit and offsets the visual weight of the floating chimney.
Smart design created a fireplace that serves three separate spaces with equal aplomb: kitchen, living area and dining room.
A marble-framed fireplace adds a dose of needed warmth to this cool white kitchen and sitting area.
What a wonderful translation of the old-school iron stove. This model is embedded right into the island, filling an odd corner and helping to cozy up the open space that surrounds the kitchen.
The wooden countertop inlay and brilliant red stools lead the eye straight to this simple fireplace. Imagine how compelling it would look ablaze.
A low-to-the-ground fireplace undercuts the heaviness of the wall and gives the artwork on both sides the room it needs to shine.
This fireplace forms the focal point of the kitchen in much the same way as an old-fashioned version would — but with a totally modern spin. Shelves on either side take the place of a conventional mantelpiece.