We all love the magic that is central heating in our homes. There are probably some who do not even know of a world without it! While no one is complaining about this cozy modern marvel, the good old fireplace has definitely taken a hit because of the tech leap. From poetic tales of Keats and Shelly to the plethora of modern novels, the warm and radiant hearth seems to be an integral part of our dream interiors. It is not too hard to understand why. Joyful and comfy, cozying next to a dreamy fireplace on a cold winter day evokes some pleasant and dreamy memories.
by Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects
While technology might have taken its absolute necessity away, modern designers are bringing it back by revving up the aesthetics. Sleek and minimalist designs that effortlessly slip into our bedroom add character to your home. While most fireplace inspirations come from the living room, today, we have decided to explore some amazing bedroom fireplace designs. These ideas will hopefully inspire you to welcome one into your beautiful bedroom as well –
by Michael Abrams Limited
by GRADY-O-GRADY Construction & Development
by John Maniscalco Architecture
by Aria Design
by Fiorella Design
by Moeski Design Agency
From Classic to Contemporary
Modern design trend favors clean and well defined lines. The same blueprint works beautifully for the fireplace in the bedroom as well. With designers now offering marvels like the hanging fireplace that looks like a spaceship from a sci-fi movie, the choices are simply endless. A lovely gas fireplace set in a stone wall also seems to bring together inviting warmth and modern panache. A fireplace need not always be front and center in order to become the focal point of the room. Corner fireplaces are equally appealing and tend to save up on precious space.
by Crestview Homes
by Positive Space Staging and Design
The trim style that surrounds the fireplace ultimately gives it that inimitable look. One can opt for limestone, marble, tile, chrome, glass or any other material to that perfectly fits the theme of your bedroom. Most of the current designs also cater to those thinking adding the hearth to their bedroom as part of a renovation or remodeling project.
by Mark Brand Architecture
by AB Design Elements
by Davignon Martin Architecture
by Napoleon Fireplaces
Aesthetics and Ergonomics
Placing the fireplace in the bedroom is a delicate task of finding the right balance between form and function. In case of the fireplace, visual appeal simply cannot take a backseat to sheer convenience. Make sure that you not only plan for the fireplace, but what goes around it as well. Some of the stunning bedrooms showcased here obviously have the luxury of an ocean view or a lush green canopy outside, to go along with the fireplace in the backdrop. All of us are not equally lucky. But you can still make the most of what is on offer by incorporating smart shelves, stylish cabinets and maybe even a cool little reading nook next to the fireplace.
by American Coastal Properties
by Chris Jovanelly Interior Design
Placing the television above the fireplace is a trend that is gaining popularity. If you are planning on doing the same, do talk to an expert before getting started. Small bedrooms can actually use the space around the fireplace for some floating shelves or elaborate cabinets that can double up as storage units.
by Lapis Design Partners
by Laura Manning Bendik
by En2 Development Corp
by SGH Designs
by Synthesis Design
by Forum Phi
by Hanson General Contracting
Getting that Little Bit Extra!
A fireplace in the master bedroom presents with ample opportunities to create an inventive atmosphere around it. With plenty of space on offer, the best thing to do would be adding a conversation area or a lounge-like setting with simple seating options. If you are cramped for a room then a stylish chair (maybe like the Womb chair or the Eames lounger) along with a cool floor lamp looks great as well. With double-sided fireplaces becoming pretty popular, it would be ideal if you can get the bed on one side and the sitting area on the other.
by Begrand Fast Design
by Jeremy Harnish Designer Finishes
by Globus Builder
A fireplace is a very popular architectural element. It can set the scale and mood within the room. But it is a lot more than the obvious. Once you have mantle and fireplace installed you do interesting accessories above or on the fireplace. These lend a whole different feel to the room when you’re done.
by Ike Kligerman Barkley
We are not sure if we can call the renewed interest in fireplaces as a comeback. But they definitely are more popular today than a few years ago. Creative architects and some amazing homes probably have inspired many to bring them back into their home. The bedroom fireplace is definitely worth incorporating just for the dazzling romance of it all. There is simply something about a burning flame that undeniably alluring!
by Allen-Guerra Design-Build
by Site 7 Solutions
by Jeri Koegel Photography
by Lori Smyth Design