In the middle of the winter, in between the old and the new year, I am craving for warmth, cosiness, the relaxing sound of crackling fire, a mug of hot cocoa…all this in mind made me think of homey fireplaces. I never had a fireplace in my dwelling, but boy would I love it! Hence, I took a little blog journey and went on a search for five happy and inspiring fireplaces and I think I found them. I love each and every one. Do you have a favorite?
Photography: Inspiration 1 via Canadian House & Home; Inspiration 2 via Stylizimo; Inspiration 3 via VT Wonen; Inspiration 4 via Jennyshus; Inspiration 5 via My Marrakech.
Love it! Although the fireplaces in our flat are no longer in use, I often wonder & imagine how cozy it must have been when they were. Nothing replaces the sound either.
So happy to see our fireplace here, Igor! When I was designing Peacock Pavilions, I really wanted to create a statement with this fireplace. It’s made all out of carved plaster and is 15 feet+ high!
What cosy places!
Sitting in front of a fireplace, listening to its sound, looking at its flickering flames and having a fragrant tea or cocoa in my hand – just this imagination warms my heart and make my always wish to have a fireplace in my flat.
Hey Igor. Love 3 & 4. I’ve never had a fireplace either and they can be such a stylish focus within a room.
Thank you all for your cool comments. Love to see that many people share my passion for cosy fireplaces. Now I just need to get one:-)
awwwww I dream of the day where I will have a cozy fireplace like this out in the back woods! One day…
I found you via several other blogs. Love your blog! I’m a new fan. Hope you had a lovely Christmas. Hi From Vancouver!
Hello! Your blog it’s awesome, really really inspiring! Could you tell me who is the designer of the chairs on inspiration 4? I really love those!
@Elle thank you! The chairs in inspiration 4 are the DSW Eames chairs offered by Vitra.
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