Fireplaces, originally, were probably made of stone - molded layer by layer from pieces carefully chosen and held together with mortar, lasting for centuries and eons through deliberate exaggeration and the truth of their main product. Perhaps that is why when most people think of fireplaces, the most comparative aesthetic that comes to mind is that of stone. Stone, in the past, was not only a mode of construction, it was also something that could be turned into anything and everything.
Today he has turned to construction and faced treatment. However, for fireplaces, both options are still valid: you can have a fireplace entirely built from stone or one that only has a stone facade treatment. Both options come in a wide variety and the overall effect is rustic, cozy, and distinctly welcoming. So, here we'll take a glance at 14 amazing best electric fireplace design ideas to urge you.
This stone-clad fireplace features a dark facade that's further complemented by the brown tone of the wood. Imagine a bright fire burning in the belly of this hearth and the warm glow it would give off to keep your interior lit and cozy. The bookshelf at the top of the wall acts as a mantle and adds a contemporary touch to the design while keeping the integrity of the vintage atmosphere intact.
2. Something different
Although the white of this stone facade is by no means traditional, it adds something else to the whole setting. The color treatment of the stone takes nothing away but adds an icy character that is not completely austere, but welcome in the rough texture of the stone.
A typical traditional stone fireplace with a wooden mantle. The setting is pure stone and the hearth has the conventional arch shape that could boast the oldest of fireplaces. The uniform layers in the facade add a modern touch to the entire setting and make this stone fireplace fit in a modern home.
4. The best of both worlds
With all of its conventions, this stone fireplace attempted to take a dose of the modern. The dark texture of the stone is a stark contrast to the soft white of the walls and the trendy ornaments that have been hung or put on the mantle. The two elements are juxtaposed to create a truly cozy rustic-contemporary effect.
5. The style of the cabin
If you want to experience the true country house style of interior design, this electric fireplace would be the perfect choice for you. The uneven size of the stone, combined with the intricate layers, just adds that truly vintage effect that blends seamlessly with the cave-like construction of this stone fireplace, as if you were sitting inside a house made entirely of perfectly aligned rocks.
6. Come outdoors
This outdoor stone fireplace is a traditional archway - built entirely from stone, the uneven texture in each rock seems like a pure coincidence, but it's meticulous. The short stature and body physique of the fireplace are a nice close-up of the green-green foliage behind.
This stone fireplace tries to emulate the modern style of interior design while trying to maintain the integrity of the stone, the result is a fairly hybrid mix of modern and vintage, in which modern completely prevails. The white rendering of the stone texture and the delicate sunset of the facade are the unique characteristics of this stone fireplace.
Another contemporary fusion of rustic vintage and modern, but here, rustic dominates while retaining an element of modern. The warm colors of the stone, combined with the rough texture, definitely lend an element of authenticity to the whole mix, and the ornaments placed on the mantle reinforce that idea.
9. The Hogwarts effect
This fireplace is something you would expect to find in the Gryffindor common room at Hogwarts. Overflowing with all manner of warmth and warmth, the stone in this fireplace is small and immaculate, and the varying degrees of color in each is what lends authenticity to its rustic formation.
10. A la mode
This fireplace is set on a planned platform, which shows in its physique. Otherwise, it is a typical mix of modern and rustic, retaining its basic appeal through the use of real stone facades.
11. The cobblestone
The layers and image rendering in this stone fireplace are unmatched, mainly due to the size of this specific stone and how it is flat on two sides. The decorative stone embroidery on the mantle is intricate and meticulously done - an ideal weave.
12. A lighter shade
This one attempts to emulate a different aesthetic by combining a lighter wood tone in the mix - it takes a bit of authenticity out of the pure vintage setting and adds a bit of modernity to the mix.
This outdoor stone fireplace embraces the magical beauty of its surroundings by playing with nature as an intricate part of its design. Creeping vines and sprawling bushes lend a truly magical aura to the surroundings, while the fireplace sits lonely in the middle.
14. Moderately modern
A modern take on the rustic features of the fireplace, the setting takes away the texture of the stone and the white paint makes the room look modern, but not stark.