45 Easy Fireplace Decorating Ideas That'll Look Stylish All Year Long

From minimalist designs to decked out mantles.

fireplace ideas
Catherine Kwong Design

Winter may have come and gone (we're not sad about it, either), but that doesn't mean your fireplace is going anywhere. So we gathered up forty five easy fireplace ideas that will make yours look timeless and stylish no matter what time of year it is. From detailed stonework to over-the-top marble and modern mantles, these fireplaces will make any living space interior design goals regardless of whether or not it's snowing outside.

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marble fireplace ideas
PHOTO: Anson Smart; DESIGN: Arent & Pyke
Brighten Things Up

"The brief was to create an uplifting home filled with color, layered with richness and detail, anchored in the past but inherently contemporary," say the designed behind . And they definitely achieved the goal in this living room, from the indigo carpet to the sky blue walls and dainty chandelier, all of which lighten the mood of the traditional and ornate fireplace.

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fireplace storage ideas
Courtesy of Nicole Franzen
Go Nordic

The recipe for a Scandinavian-inspired room: Sheepskin, minimalist decor, and natural furniture. This streamlined fireplace is the perfect fit for a modern, thoughtfully curated, and layered living room. The built-in wood storage compartment is also super h handy.

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mantle decorating ideas
Nicole Franzen
Modern Art

If you love eclectic decorating, take notes from this impeccable living room. All the juxtaposition in this room is working so well—the angular mirror, vivid orange photography, marble fireplace, rustic stool, and geometric pottery are all unexpectedly complemented by the softness of the blush pink chairs. Take inspiration from this mantle situation if you want to modernize your own.

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midcentury fireplace ideas
PHOTO: Tessa Neustadt; DESIGN: Leanne Ford Interiors
Have Fun With It

A stone facade fireplace helps warm up the all white living room designed by the queen of all white interiors herself, . It gives it Midcentury character without feeling kitschy, thanks to the bold mirrored table, arc light, and line drawing duo.

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dining room fireplace ideas
Studio DB
Embrace Color

Though the fireplace is simple in this dining room designed by , cheerful and bright artwork creates texture and dimension, contributing to the space's sophisticated yet approachable feel. We also love how to the symmetry of the lighting and two gold sconces.

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fireplace without fire ideas
PHOTO: Alexandra Ribar; DESIGN: Leanne Ford Interiors
Give It a Second Life

If you want to make a brick fireplace feel new again, paint is something moody and unexpected, like this inky black fireplace in a Leanne Ford-designed living room. And if the fireplace isn't functional, give it a second life as a makeshift planter.

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fireplace decor ideas
PHOTO: Felix Forest; DESIGN: Arent & Pyke
Add an Edge

A black marble fireplace strikes the perfect balance between edgy and timeless. It anchors this living room designed by Arent & Pyke, which get a contemporary lift from the jute rug, modern and bright artwork, and shapely table lamp.

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modern fireplace ideas
PHOTO: Dustin Askland; DESIGN: Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design
Consider Major Changes

It's hard to believe this ultra-modern dining room setup was an outdated 19th-century brownstone before got their hands on it. "The finishes and fittings throughout the house are entirely new, and were designed to refer both to the history of the building, and clients' desire for a contemporary home," says the firm.

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mantle decor ideas
THOMAS LOOF
Strike a Balance

While this Upper East Side has traditional roots, interior designer brings in plenty of fun, from the tiger-print fabrics to the shiny details by the fireplace. Line your mantle with vases of a similar style or color but in different shapes for a similar balance of intrigue and cohesion. The sunburst double sconces and firewood holder reflect the metallic theme without overwhelming the rest of the living room.

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fireplace tile ideas
2LG Studio
Work Around Existing Elements

Instead of completely renovating an old fireplace, work with the existing design. For example, "bespoke encaustic tiles sit beautifully with the original deep green glazed tiles of the fireplace," say the design duo behind . Embrace the colors with little decorative pieces in a similar tone.

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modern fireplace design
PHOTO: Felix Forest; dESIGN: Arent & Pyke
Pay Attention to Texture

It simply doesn't get more sleek than this fireplace sitting area designed by Arent & Pyke. With a marble base partially covered in with a deep eggplant-hued seat cushion, a cheerful throw pillow, and iridescent mauve carpeting, there's so much attention to touch and texture. And then there's the real showstopper: That fireplace. "Effectively a meditation on curve, tone and texture, the soft sculptural shapes of the built elements, such as the curve of the new fireplace, are complemented by the soft curves of the furnishings," the designers say.

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fireplace screen ideas
JONATHAN HOEKKLO
Choose a Stylish Screen

This living room boasts a handsome vibe with clear midcentury roots. To play up the history-rich feel of exposed brick, cover your fireplace with a brutalist screen. Then bring the space to the modern moment with an abstract photograph on the mantle.

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simple fireplace ideas
PHOTO: Reid Rolls; DESIGN: Leanne Ford Interiors
Be Consistent

We're digging the all-white aesthetic in this Parisian home designed by Leanne Ford. Even the firewood is painted white! We'll let that be a lesson in consistency and attention to detail. The mantle stands out thanks to those Schoolhouse electric sconces and brushed silver plots. And how could we forget that bright red Pierre Paulin Ribbon Chair?

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fireplace decorating ideas
PHOTO: Felix Forest; DESIGN: Arent & Pyke
Pick a Theme

Though subtle, this dining room designed by Arent & Pyke adds some playful personality by running with a bird theme. From the antique bird statue watching over the fireplace to the bird's next on the mantle, these little details add a sense of humor to the formal and stylish space.

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wood burning fireplace ideas
PHOTO: Shannon McGrath; DESIGN: Hecker Guthrie
Play Up Architectural Elements

This humble little fireplace knows how to catch someone's attention. Stretching from floor to sky-high ceiling, Australian design firm explains that, "whilst the overall aesthetic is one of minimal restraint, the house overwhelms with its abundance of light and connection to the landscape." Now that's how you make an old-school wood-burning fireplace look fresh.

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gas fireplace ideas
PHOTO: Felix Forest; DESIGN: Arent & Pyke
Display a Large Plant

"Richly layered with bespoke interior elements that add fun, joy and intrigue the design creates a new visual language for the family home. The quintessential motif of the fireplace, for example, has been introduced as an expansive and inclusive device that draws the whole family together," explain Arent & Pyke. There's no denying how much life that large plant introduces, too.

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fireplace ideas pictures
PHOTO: Derek Swalwell; DESIGN: Hecker Guthrie
Lean Abstract Artwork

For easy, modern elegance, simply prop up abstract artwork on the mantle and lean it against the wall. This exudes a refined yet laidback charm, as demonstrated in this Hecker Guthrie-designed dining space.

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open fireplace ideas
THOMAS LOOF
Mix Old and New Styles

Here's another living room that knows how to honor tradition and think creatively at the same time. Designer gives classic items—like the Persian rug, chestnut bookcase, mini topiary on the mantle, and ornate mirror above the fireplace—a modern twist with an angular glass coffee table and shiny sky blue ceiling paint.

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bathroom fireplace ideas
PHOTO: Dustin Askland; DESIGN: Elizabeth Roberts
Make It the Focal Point

If you have a fireplace in the master bathroom, dress it up with candles and artwork like you would in any other room, as Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design did here. It'll set the scene for romantic and rela bubble baths.

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bedroom fireplace ides
Annie Schlechter
Get Creative With Materials

A bedroom with a fireplace will ignite the passion like no other. Rather than using stone for the fireplace, decorator opted for a more modern design surrounded by a custom blue paint and then brought the stone material to the walls for that old school romance and charm. "The stones used for the walls came from a quarry a couple miles away," she tells us.

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brick fireplace ideas
PHOTO: Alexandra Ribar; DESIGN: Leanne Ford Interiors
Put Plants on Display

Just because your fireplace doesn't work as a fireplace doesn't mean it can't serve some kind of value. Take notes from Leanne Ford and beautify it by added putting a large planter with colorful flowers where firewood would typically go.

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marble fireplace ideas
Nicole Franzen
Don't Overdo It

Everything in this living room is playing with shape. While the marble mantle and glossy floating shelves are angular and sharp, the coffee table and ottoman are soft and rounded. The use of natural materials makes the room feel rich even though there's not much in it. The facade of the fireplace marries the varying textures and shapes throughout the room.

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rustic fireplace ideas
PHOTO: Eve Wilson; DESIGN: Hecker Guthrie
Mountain Home Vibes

No matter where you actually live, you can feel like you're in the mountains with a stone and wood fireplace. Designed by Hecker Guthrie, this stylish fireplace adorned in candles and cozied up against a plaid upholstered window seat is probably the only time we'd ever wish for snow in spring.

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contemporary fireplace ideas
Catherine Kwong
Flank it With Pampas Grass

A large vase with a dramatic, easy-to-maintain floral arrangement by the fireplace will make the entire space stand out. Pampas grass exudes that signature California-cool vibe but still fits in with a modern, neutral color palette, making it perfect any time of year. Just take note from this -designed living room.

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cozy fireplace ideas
Nicole Franzen
Keep It Cozy

Could it get any cozier than this living room? With floor cushions, a TRNK houndstooth barrel chair, a plush carpet, and aged brick details, this is a room you'd want to curl up in all day, every day. Take note of the tall, large-scale painting, too—it helps accentuate the high ceilings.

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stone fireplace ideas
PHOTO: Reid Rolls; DESIGN: Leanne Ford Interiors
Get Inspired by Nature

This floor-to-ceilings fireplace in a living room designed by Leanne Ford is taking style notes from the best of both worlds: A classic mountain chalet and the Malibu coast. Whether there's snow falling or waves crashing right outside that window, we want to be curled up on that linen slip-covered chair.

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fireplace mantle design ideas
PHOTO: Anson Smart; DESIGN: Arent & Pyke
Use the Mantle as a Shelf

If you're lucky enough to have a fireplace in your bathroom, take advantage of the extra surface space for your self-care essentials. We love how this master bathroom designed by Arent & Pyke played up the living room vibes with an antique armoire for added storage and then brought in a touch of whimsy with Fornasetti cloud-print wallpaper.

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fireplace design ideas
Annie Schlechter
Tuck the Television Away

Give us a cozy fireplace and a TV and we're set. All that's missing is the Postmates order. This living room designed by also proves that you can make the same space feel formal and entertainment-ready without having to compromise. This art panel slides over the TV to keep it under wraps when guests are over. And the velvet upholstered swivel chairs make this picture-perfect hearth a refuge on a cold day.

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what to hang over fireplace mantle
Courtesy of Jesse Parris-Lamb
Add Floor Cushions

Is there anything more cozy than curling up on floor pillows? This modern fireplace with boho accents is making us wish it was winter.

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bathroom with fireplace
David Tsay
Spoil Yourself

Imagine lying in this tub with the flames flickering and the sun setting over the ocean. It's what our master bathroom dreams are made of.

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