It’s fireplace season, and we’re happy about it. Need we say more?
A classic, natural style. Is there any better place to spend autumn and winter evenings than in front of a crackling fireplace?
White brick can instill a feeling of cleanliness and order—but without detracting from cozy comfort.
Fixing up an old chimney can easily cost $10,000, and some places (like the Bay Area) have banned wood fireplaces completely. If your home faces similar constraints, take heart! With a little creativity and a good eye, decorative fireplaces can be just as cozy as flames.
This one’s aesthetic gives off some Tim Burton vibes, but still manages to feel cozy. The black cornice, wallpaper, and paint is a strong, bold statement.
One downside to wood fireplaces is the issue of wood storage. A fireplace like this make it easy. Simply restock every so often, and all your wood and its debris can remain neatly tucked away.
For the sleek, Scandinavian-style fireplace enthusiasts! Fireplaces don’t need to be made of stone or brick to establish a sense of hygge.
Light, neutral colors and medium-tone trim give this fireplace setting its own brand of cozy charm.
Fireplaces don’t have to be wood-burning or expansive to be cozy. This simple gas fireplace warms the room and gives the space a tiny-house/hunting cabin ambiance. No hearth needed!
I know, I know—it’s before Thanksgiving, and getting Christmas-y too early spoils the magic. But we just couldn’t resist sharing this quintessential cozy fireplace scene.