24,609 fireplace Family Room Design Photos

Bravehart Building
39 Reviews
Parkwoods Home
Ideabooks18,575
Questions22
room, kitchen & breakfast room area and currently our fireplace splits the view to the outside, with large floor to ceiling windows on either side. Fireplace was moved from a wall to there because we really do not like the TV above the fireplace -- becomes a focal point, we lose a prominent display
Was the fireplace formally brick? If so, was it covered with the tile?
May I have the manufacturer of the gas fireplace? I am I pressed with its dimensions and hope to have
what tile was used and where can i purchase this fireplace?
copying your fireplace look (thanks!), but are now trying to decide whether the edge can be mitred finely enough to create a crisp edge. Your thoughts are welcomed :)
Is the fireplace exactly 72 inches
“General configuration 2” — stevenlay52
Brownhouse Design, Los Altos, CA
9 Reviews
Traditional Family Room
Ideabooks24,200
Questions28
Is the tv placed inside a cutout above the fireplace? Thanks
I may have this set up with the fireplace and tv
What is the material around the fireplace? Looks great and hoping to find something similar- thanks!
How high is the mantle and the TV from the floor? Any other dimensions on the room size and fireplace would be
What is the stone around the fireplace?
What are the dimensions of this fireplace? And, is it double sided?
Can you please tell me if this is a doule sided fireplace?
Are there 2 sets of sliding french doors flanking the fireplace?
I am debating using inswing french doors for a more classic look flanking the fireplace. However, the slider shown here looks nice. Who makes the doors?
“combination of stone and wood surround . Wouldn't want the wood going up and around tv though.” — St Price Design
Cedarstone Homes Limited
1 Review
Living
Ideabooks3,649
Questions6
about the fireplace? I also love the light fixture above the dining table! Beautiful!
So elegant! Could you please share the source of the fireplace tile?
what is the tile covering the fireplace
The fireplace is a linear fireplace LDH45 by Napoleon, The light is by Orginia
fireplace tile: Napoleon through Harding in Ottawa
fireplace face on same plain as shelving
“surround, fireplace insert, furniture” — ac6705a
Pyramid Builders
4 Reviews
Wye River Estate
Ideabooks1,907
Questions3
Where can I find this magnificent fireplace?
Like the flooring and fireplace finishes
of the fireplace but not the hood
Candles and fireplace
fireplace, arched french doors, neutrals
Curved fireplace and stone.
Big Fireplace wreath idea
This fireplace gives
above fireplace...Love the fireplace...floor and fireplace...the fireplace...nice fireplace...cantera fireplace...Fireplace design....fireplace idea...Fireplace Surround...fireplace tool set
“fplace” — Charles K. Volz
Monetti Custom Homes
13 Reviews
Original Flooring
Ideabooks24,346
Questions36
bulb chandelier, a chenille white vein cut limestone travertine fireplace and the original hardwood floor which is over 80 years old and not replicable today. The chair is the Charles Eames' 50 year old lounge chair and ottoman. The fireplace mantle is cut from Silk Georgette stone, a type of grey marble
Love the fireplace . Is it Gas or Electric. Where can I purchase?
Love the fireplace - what did you use for the mantle specifically?
How far does the fireplace realstone extend from the wall:)
We are ripping our stone fireplace and hearth and modernizing with Realstone product.. We want more floor space so need to know if we have to box in fireplace area or if stone just is attached to drywall.
“Stone” — gencler
Ryan Group Architects
Family Room
Ideabooks14,883
Questions15
I love the fireplace. Is it made of steel also?
How is the fireplace being fueled? What type of equipment is used?
The fireplace looks small & I would like to know how you accomplished what you did?
I just installed a beach stone gas fireplace surround and hearth and want to recess LEDs (tape) to accent stone. What type of lighting did you use? Thanks! Gordon
What a great look with the stone and fireplace below the mantel & the TV above. What type of material was used around the TV? I would love to know!
This natural gas-fueled fireplace is made by Town & Country from British Columbia. This model is from their Wide Screen series. The one shown in the image is the WS 38 model. The firebox
where can I get the fireplace?
“fireplace/tv area” — Annette Markowski
Stonewood, LLC
19 Reviews
Family Room
Ideabooks6,151
Questions8
Very nice fireplace! What is it made from? Thank you
This is the fireplace I have been looking for! Do you have manufacurer's name please?
I like this fireplace understated and can put a big screen TV above it
Love the mantel/fireplace but do double-sided
custom, there is often a small gap that needs to be filled with tile.Tell us: Has this past winter inspired you to redo or add a fireplace? Browse thousands of fireplace design photos and save your favorites
Limestone mantel? Check. Herringbone firebox? Check. All the elements of a traditional fireplace that oozes old-world style and warmth? Check.You can replicate the look with a faux mantel. When purchasing faux mantels, confirm how the firebox will align. Since these mantels typically are not custom
“fireplace” — Twila Dockter
B. W. Interiors Chicago
5 Reviews
photos 10-21
Ideabooks5,027
Questions6
continuity; wrapping the fireplace into the built-in
tv in built ins and fireplace to the side
cabinet on each side of fireplace
fireplace with cabinet next to it
furniture placement, corner fireplace, and tv
furniture placement with tv and fireplace
It is a great idea to incorporate the corner fireplace into built-ins for a cohesive, continuous look. Accent lighting above the fireplace sets the stage for a masterpiece.
Moving the TV next to another focal point, in this case the fireplace, takes the emphasis off the screen. The furniture arrangement
completely around your fireplace. This fireplace is built right into the adjacent cabinetry, making the entire center feel like an integral part of the room. Tip: Keep the design of your built-in consistent for a truly cohesive look. Glass doors above the mantel would've made this fireplace blend in even more
“tv/fireplace/furniture arrangement” — kathiejeschke
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