18,454 poured concrete fireplace Home Design Photos

Natasha Barrault Design
Cliffside Drive
I love this fireplace design. Can you tell me the source and the materials used?
Could you please the material used for the fireplace surround? Thanks.
Hello and sorry for the late reply. The fireplace is concrete. Hope this helps.
Who makes the fireplace?...Concrete Fireplace...Concrete Fireplace....concrete (looks like wood)...Fireplace mantle...wooden fireplace...Wood surround on fireplace...Wood above fireplace...Wood fireplace...Fireplace concrete...Old wood fireplace...fireplace out of concrete...Fireplace and mantle...concrete panels
“type of stone” — oakhse
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Living Room
Love the fireplace! Can you tell me the dimensions of the fireplace opening
Is this a stained concrete fireplace? Whatever you did, this is Awesome!
We love this fireplace! Who made this and is it available?
I have a brick fireplace two stories tall
opening and the concrete surround? Thank
Looks like custom concrete tiles in standard grey. We'll attach an image of a fireplace that we recently completed
Hi Karenbrunedds. The fireplace was custom built using polished and finished concrete.
Thank you for the complement, the concrete is not stained. It is the natural color.
completed, using huge black concrete tiles from floor to ceiling. We are based out of Kelowna, BC in Canada. If you have anymore questions, let us know. Hope
who did the work for the fireplace?
“coffee table” — lysmorris
Arcanum Architecture
Custom Agrarian Style Residence
material is used to surround the fireplace? And what color is it?
Who makes the fireplace? Or is it custom masonry
That is concrete poured into a board form.
I did not design this fireplace, but I really love the look. It looks like cast-in-place concrete formed up with horizontal boards, very
Hi, how did you do the fireplace? Is it full of concrete or tiles?
Exposed beams but more grey wash. Like modern rustic fireplace
Inside, the concrete fireplace is a heavy anchor to the room. The aesthetic may not be for everyone, but the woodgrain trace on the concrete links it to
factors can work together to add charm to any style of home. When there’s a fireplace added to the mix, it can be an unbeatable combination.On the flip side:
How did you do this fireplace?...Is the fireplace stone or concrete.
“Tablette en bois pour couper” — marie_pier224
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Next Level Renovation
5 Reviews
Poured Concrete Fireplace Mantle
Poured Concrete Fireplace Mantle
poured concrete mantle
“poured concrete mantle” — hcir123
Next Level Renovation
5 Reviews
Poured Concrete Fireplace Mantle
Poured Concrete Fireplace Mantle
poured concrete mantle
“poured concrete mantle” — hcir123
Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP
13 Reviews
Thayer Residence
Hello. Can you provide the name of the contractor you used for your concrete poured-in-place fireplace? Or others you'd
Could you please tell me what material and maker of the wall surrounding the fireplace? Thx.
A qualified concrete subcontractor should be familiar with the board form process, so that's all he may need to know. It is poured in lifts and the
Beautiful!! What would i call that design if i hired a concrete guy to do this on my fireplace?
The concrete subcontractor for this project is Rivera Concrete - they did a wonderful job.
the grain/texture of the boards are imprinted on the concrete for an interesting modern/industrial feeling. Good luck with your project @lvnlv!
I like the poured concrete fireplace look...
“Wood fireplace” — Heather Stanford
Uptic Studios
2 Reviews
Coeur D’Alene Residence on Lake Coeur D’Alene
Where can I get the concrete tile on fireplace and how tall is FP?
what is the material used for the fireplace? thanks!
That looks like a poured in place board form concrete fireplace. This is
So, you poured it in a form on site? Someone posted on original photo that tiles could be ordered like this. But, as I suspected, that is not what you
are unique, there is no repeat pattern of any kind adding to the authentic poured in place look. These tiles also make beautiful feature walls and backsplashes
is exactly the look that inspired us to create our light weight concrete board form tile. You can now get this look "after the fact", these easily installed
Is the fireplace screen just mesh?...and made by concrete poured in place....Is this what is on the fireplace?
“Open feeling” — jkvenable
Built Incorporated
Blott Residence
Addition of Ranch style home with RD Architecture. All metalwork, cabinetry, concrete custom built by Built Inc.
This fireplace was created by forming and pouring concrete over the existing brick veneer. It is about 4" thick
form work joints. We intentionally limited the amount of vibrating when pouring to allow there to be air pockets in the finished surface for more character
poured concrete, fireplace, french doors (for basement)
could the fireplace I really like be like this poured concrete?
Concrete texture. Poured in place. Can't see if aggregate is visible. Polished? Sealed?
If your look is more modern, a sleek concrete surround might be the way to go. This look is anything but average.
“floor” — megmoore15
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