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From slick black exteriors to crisp white interiors with pops of shade, our roundups supply beautiful, themed glimpses of design. This week, in honor of the large chill (although, full disclosure, I’m truly in Florida), we’ve rounded up a dozen fireplaces that basically heat up the room.
Above: In what appears to be a contemporary rustic, wooden-clad sunroom, Seattle-based mostly agency DeForest Architects used a contrasting black end on the ground-to-ceiling hearth that stands smack in the midst of the area.
Swiss agency XTEN Structure piles skinny slivers of charcoal-coloured stone to create this boxy hearth that echoes the view of the spectacular city panorama within the distance.
The householders of this modern front room opted to put the TV subsequent to the cement-panel hearth by New York Metropolis architect West Chin, relatively than above it. Good transfer, although a slight bit quirky. Love the eclectic selection of pairing French type armchairs upholstered in celery inexperienced towards the cool grey and clear strains.
White, white, and extra white is just about all the time a win, particularly once you add basic mid-century furnishings just like the Eames desk and Breuer chairs. Photograph by Simon Watson.
TIDY Arquitectos, based mostly in Santiago, Chile created this black hearth that’s extra paintings than afterthought. It’s the sculptural centerpiece of the room, which opens onto an expansive patio.
One other work of ember artwork, the fireside on this caramel-coloured room by Boston-based mostly inside designer Manuel de Santaren, is cubist meets Zen. Marvel if the highest panels slide open for storage?
Who hasn’t dreamt of what British shelter magazine Home to House footage right here? Every part is of-the-second, from the black partitions, to freestanding tub, with candlelight and low-hanging chandelier. The metal encompass of the fireside echoes that of the tv.
The work of Yale educated, Washington, D.C.-based mostly architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen is all the time perfection. This bed room, revealed in Architectural Digest, is not any exception. The clear strains of teh mattress, home windows, hearth, and tv all work collectively, whereas bedding with a slight ruffle softens the tableau.
Undoubtedly an unique look, the brilliant yellow panel above the firebox, full with oversize taxidermy head, is certainly the room’s focus. Revealed in Dwell.
No one does white with pops of colour higher than Swedish shelter journal Sköna Hem. And, no Scandinavian inside can be full and not using a homey hearth, like this one.
The surfaces of Yarra Home in Melbourne, Australia, designed by the structure companies Leeton Pointonand Susi Leeton, stream easily, one to the subsequent. Whereas the furnishings blends, the fireside supplies an accent.
The fireside on this three,200 sq ft eco-pleasant penthouse referred to as “Blesso Loft,” designed by New York Metropolis architect Joel Sanders successfully divides the entry from the lounge.
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