Are you looking for ideas for your new home? You could think of installing a fireplace. From old-fashioned to modern, minimal to fancy, you can choose from a range of stone fireplace designs. Why chose stone? A stone fireplace can transform the personality of the room. It won’t be wrong to say that a fireplace is the focal point of the room. So, a stone fireplace adds to the aesthetics of the room while performing its function of keeping the room warm. While choosing the color, your fireplace can match the interiors or be of a contrasting color.
Are you wondering about installing a fireplace in your home? You could consider designs of stone fireplaces. A stone fireplace adds to the personality making it the focal point of any room. You can have a raised hearth with storage for fuel underneath; or an arrangement to cook as well. The stone work could reach the ceiling or carry a mantelpiece to hold curios. For a rustic appearance try the natural look. On the other hand, a contrasting color could be your preference. You could use the stone as it is or cut in uniform pieces. Do give a fireplace a thought.
Out of the way
This unassuming stone fireplace has made use of narrow slabs and is integrated into the wall.
The straight lines of this fireplace go with lines of the room while wood and stone complement each other.
Not only the fireplace but the stones are cut to match the lines of the room.
Old With New
The rustic grey stone fireplace provides contrast to the dominant orange color and the modern look.
The orange flowers trailing from the mantelpiece keep the room and the fireplace add to the character of the room.
The fireplace has stone in myriad color and shapes which break the monotony of the usual.
A fireplace outside looks rustic and is unrestricted by space and blends easily with nature.
The brick hearth, long stone slab and some sparkling lights give character to this stone fireplace.
For variation, try lifting the stone fireplace and demarcate it with a long wooden plank.
Go back to the days of the caveman and create this piece with large uncut stone.
Stones of different sizes have been matched and fitted to create this elevated fireplace with a brick hearth.
This well used fireplace of stone and brick is really the focal point of this room.
This is a regular stone fireplace that looks dramatic because of its pieces of stone slabs.
Rough and Rocky
This fireplace looks large because the rocks have been kept to their original size as far as possible.
Go for this squeaky clean feel with the smooth texture which is broken with the use of assorted stones.
The square and rectangle shapes of stones used in this fireplace make it stand out in this room.
Out In The Open
Warm yourself with this unusual stone fireplace and admire the salubrious surroundings that nature has in offer.
How would you like to slide down on your easy chair while the fire roars in the background?
A fireplace in the garden can provide ideas for party or just give an excuse to light a fire.
Raised to the Roof
This tall stone fireplace has effectively made use of cut stone which complements the wood interiors.
The fireplace in this dark corner serves as a place of warmth and happy family gatherings.
This stone fireplace can be easily mistaken for a small house and adds to the aesthetics of the garden.
This outdoor stone fireplace takes us back in time when fireplaces were used for offerings to God.
Integrate your fireplace into the wall by using stones in their raw natural state for both.
How about making memories of happy moments with barbeques or dinner parties with this innovative fireplace?
In the Gazebo
This sheltered area can do with some warmth; have a fireplace to keep the chill away.