1O Stunning Examples of Tiles Around A Fireplace

1O Stunning Examples of Tiles Around A Fireplace

 

 

 

Whipple Russell Architects

 

This is an example of a contemporary dining room in Los Angeles with white walls, a ribbon fireplace and ceramic floors. — Houzz

 

 

 

Chandos Interiors

 

Rustic Details (Detalles Rústicos) Spanish-style architecture, similar to Mediterranean style, boasts great rustic details. Thisfireplace features a single rustic timber as a mantel against the earthy elegance of the Mexican tile on the surround.

 

This is an example of a southwestern porch in Houston with a fire feature, tile and a roof extension. — Houzz

 

 

 

Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs

 

The floor is oak, and they played around to create a custom finish in a matte medium gray-brown that would complement the home’s furnishings and the reclaimed wood of the ceiling beams. The fireplace facade is ceramic tiles from SpecCeramicsthat are rough cut for an undulating texture and are designed for an easy locking installation.

 

Inspiration for a contemporary kids’ room in San Francisco. — Houzz

 

 

Lindsay von Hagel

 

After demolishing the intrusive brick hearth and fireplacesurround, Cindy and Jeff opted for the clean look of a metallic-finish ceramic tile. Custom shelves put an awkward corner nook to good use. Large gears form the shelf brackets and are repeated in the side table, adding industrial accents to the room.

 

This is an example of a traditional living room in Seattle with a tile fireplace surround. — Houzz

 

 

 

Bill Fry Construction – Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.

 

Ecosmart Fireplace, an eco friendly fireplace installation. According to the Ecosmart website, “EcoSmart Fireplaces are fuelled by bioethanol, a renewable liquid fuel produced from agricultural by-products which burns clean – no smoke, no sparks, no fuss.” …

 

This is an example of a mid-sized midcentury open concept family room in San Francisco with a game room, white walls, a corner fireplace, a metal fireplace surround and a wall-mounted tv. — Houzz

 

 

 

Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.

 

Ceramic tile, floating shelves, and marble around fireplace insert.

 

Contemporary family room. — Houzz

 

 

 

Arthur Dyson Architects

 

Room divider. You don’t need to have a corner made from two walls for a fireplace. This artful fireplace is located at the open corner of the living room and acts as a room divider between the living room and the adjacent kitchen — brilliant!

 

Contemporary living room in San Francisco with a concrete fireplace surround and a corner fireplace. — Houzz

 

 

 

XANADU GROUP

 

A custom fireplace, clad in honed limestone, is a focal point for the master suite’s sitting area, which includes Philippe Starck armchairs. One of Rhys’ ceramic pots graces the Camerich coffee table. The photograph above the fireplace is by Vee Speers.

 

Photo of a contemporary living room with white walls, a standard fireplace, a stone fireplace surround and medium tone hardwood floors. — Houzz

 

 

 

BOXWOOD ARCHITECTS

 

Wow with a feature fire – While double-sided fireplaces are more commonplace in living spaces, they’re perfect for creating an open plan bedroom and bathroom with two access points and heat benefits for both sides. Make a feature of the dividing wall with tiling, using the tile colour in both spaces to create cohesion.
This is an example of a contemporary bedroom in Toronto with a two-sided fireplace. — Houzz

 

 

 

Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.

 

Ceramic and glass tiles. Individual ceramic or glass tiles are a definite win on any fireplace surround. They’re available in many colors and shapes, so the design options are endless.

 

Photo of a beach style living room in Los Angeles. — Houzz

 

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