Double-sided fireplaces require double the space-and offer double the warmth. Often contemporary in style, a grand double-sided fireplace works best in open-concept areas and indoor / outdoor rooms, in which it creates multiple, aesthetically cohesive spaces connected through the fireplace wall. Here, browse a range of statement-making double-sided fireplaces that will broaden your design dreams.
In this room decorated by Abaca Interiors, a board-form concrete fireplace separates a living area and dining area.
A contemporary fireplace marks the boundary between the kitchen and living space. The architecture is by Blaze Makoid Architecture, and the interior design is by David Scott Interiors, LTD.
A half fireplace wall washed in gray and decorated with artworks offers a creative counterpoint to the wall of windows. Interior design by Benjamin Johnston Design.
In this sunken living room from Guggenheim Architecture and Design Studio, the fireplace doubles as an accent wall.
A glossy fireplace design reflects light in this space by Brooks & Falotico Associates, Inc.
Here, Dodson Interiors styled this outdoor loggia with a plush gray sectional.
This design from BarnesVanze Architects Inc features a sleek, double-sided fireplace; a contemporary and creative light fixture adds visual interest.
Kristen Elizabeth Design used furnishings with a vintage touch, including curved back dining chairs to the right and a carved wooden coffee table to the left, to enhance this stone fireplace design.
Enviable Designs countered this glossy, contemporary fireplace with a brisk, transitional interior design.
Built by Stokkers + Company and designed by Peter Cook Architect AIA, this double-sided fireplace helps create a bold, contemporary atmosphere. The interior design is by PCI Interiors / Ngala Trading.
In this open-concept area, LKID demonstrates how a rustic-meets-modern fireplace can benefit from accents that further mix the two styles.
A honey-onyx, back-lit fireplace matches the contemporary, caramel details in this interior design from Wesley-Wayne Interiors.
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