A stone fireplace, while classic and timeless, can be easily elevated to revive your home. From high-gloss modern to traditional rustic, there's a perfect option for all aesthetics.
Read below for 15 stone fireplaces, which are all bound to *ignite* some inspiration.
A fireplace design by features blonde stacked stone backed by unfinished wood-paneled walls and an industrial-style flue.
In the family manor of architect Luís Bernardo Brito e Abreu, a custom mantel is made from local basalt, creating textural contrast against pale gray walls.
An effortless simplicity floods this Scandinavian-boho home, including a minimalist hearth that both stands out and blends in.
In this Beverly Hills master bedroom, a textured stone fireplace contrasts a fabric-covered, adjacent wall.
In the backyard of Jewelry Designer Irene Neuwirth's Los Angeles home, a painted-brick outdoor fireplace is accented with lush plants and a custom screen.
In a ski house designed by Ken Fulk at Montana's Yellowstone Club, the living area's stone fireplace extends to the top of the vaulted ceilings.
A serene Oakland, California living room is grounded in a soothing palette, with a stone fireplace repainted in high-gloss black.
A sultry Lake Tahoe vacation home features a massive modern fireplace, surrounded by variegated stacked flagstone.
A Palm Springs home boasts a modern design, while a restored stone fireplace fuses old with new.
A blackened steel mantel in a mountain home's master bedroom is surrounded by a wall of modern Japanese-style stone.
This cabin home's glossy timber walls are paired with a rough and rustic stone fireplace, designed by .
In the living room of this Martha's Vineyard retreat, an original stone fireplace is painted in Benjamin Moore's Super White, which modernizes the facade while enhancing the original charm.
While the facade of this fireplace is virtually non-existent, the interior stonework lends a laid-back elegance.
In a laidback Lake Tahoe retreat, an original stone fireplace is topped with a complementary stone mantel.
A fireplace clad in a cobalt blue tile is surrounded by an earth-toned stone.