Stacked stone can upgrade and take your rustic living room to the next level and create a fabulous focal point that offers both warmth and atmosphere. The natural look of the stone creates an organic and cozy atmosphere in your home. The fireplace is a great place to chat, hang out with loved ones or lie down with a cup of your favorite hot beverage and watch TV or read a good book. If you already have a fireplace and want to renovate it or plan a modern home, we have put together an astonishing collection for you.
With the fall and winter seasons approaching quickly, it's time to bring inviting warmth into your home with these stacked stone fireplace ideas. Take a look below and obtain inspired!
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1. This mountain-style home in Aspen, Colorado features exposed wood beams and high ceilings with a stunning stacked stone fireplace. Large windows frame the rugged mountain backdrop. (Above MHK architecture and planning)
2. A rustic Colorado timber frame home has a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace that adds warmth and drama to this living room. See the rest of this fantastic home here: Tour this stunning rustic timber frame cabin in Steamboat Springs. (Above M.T.N design)
3. The fireplace wall is made of stone – Travertine Ledger Stone in Silver. The fireplace belongs to the Heat N Glo model Cosmo Linear Gas Fireplace SLR-B. Fireplace and shelves are custom made. The grounding of this cozy living room area is a rug by Surya – Artist Studio ART-231 Hand-tufted New Zealand wool geometric rug, 11-foot by 8-foot. The color of the wall paint is SW 7066 Gray Matters by Sherwin-Williams. (Above State Street interiors)
4. A Windham, New Hampshire chalet has a modern, rustic, ski lodge aesthetic. The living room is designed to be family-friendly with a lot of nostalgic warmth. At the back of the fireplace is a glass-enclosed fireplace through which guests can see the master bedroom. The decor is rustic and inspired by nature, with lots of leather, wood, and bone elements combined with sleek, modern elements like the blue velvet sofa. (Above Kathy Kuo Designs)
5. Fireplace is a city and country, stacked brick is "Coopers Mine" from Materials Marketing in Denver, CO. The base of the fireplace and cabinets is a Pennsylvania Blue Stone with a flame terminate. The corners are mitered so they look like solid blocks. All wood veneers are rustic cherry. The stain is special. The custom-made sofas are from Regal, upholstered with Pollack fabric and accented with side cushions made of Kravet fabric – the pattern is Wind Chime. Swivel chairs are part of IMG-Norway.
Note: There is a recess on the back of the TV that allows the TV to rest on the stone when not in use. The niche is also made with the same stone veneer as the fireplace surround, so you can see the same material when you pull it out of the hinge bracket. (Above Western Height Architects)
6. In a lovely Montana chalet, this lovely rustic living room has high, beamed ceilings. Large windows frame breathtaking views. The brick corner fireplace offers warmth and ambience. See the rest of this fantastic home here: Rustic chic chalet in the foothills of Rocky Mountain. (Above Pearson Design Group)
7. A Whitefish, Montana retreat has this cozy and intimate living room with a floor-to-ceiling fireplace. Patchwork rug adds texture and warmth. (Above Great mountain farmer)
8. This bespoke lodge-style home in the resort of Caldera Springs, Oregon has bespoke lighting fixtures, wood accents, and natural stone treatments. The chimney stone is called Telluride Stone, "Highlands" without full veneer. Chimneys are ancient railroad trestles bought outside of Salem OR. Chandeliers belong to Kalco Lighting. The base color for the wall is SW # 7694 Dredary Camel and a faux artist applied varnish to it. The stain on the wood paneling is a walnut with a dark glaze. Ottoman and candlesticks were purchased from the Las Vegas Design Center. Tile is a character class hickory. (Above Patty Jones design)
A Colorado chalet has this rustic living room with a large stacked stone fireplace. A large leather area offers plenty of space to gather around the fireplace. The color of the wall paint is HC-172 | Venerable tin – Benjamin Moore. Check out the rest of this incredible home here: Rustic Colorado Farmhouse and Bike Barn: HandleBar Ranch. (Above Best private homes)
10. A handcrafted log cabin in Jackson Hole, Wyoming features this stunningly lovely room with a massive floor-to-ceiling moss stone fireplace. (Above M.T.N design)
11. A cozy living room in Big Sky, Montana with high ceilings, wooden beams and a stone fireplace as the focal point. A glass wall captures the view of the snow-capped peaks. See the rest of this fantastic home here: Modern rustic home amid the splendor of the Rocky Mountains. (Above Lohss construction)
12. A farmhouse nestled in the Vermont hills features this rustic and cozy living room. The space is accented by a large stone fireplace made from reclaimed native Vermont stone. Recycled barn wood creates ceiling frames and mantels. (Above Kirley + architecture)
13. A modern rustic, nifty South Carolina farmhouse is decorated with this inviting living room painted on SW7508 Tavern Taupe – Sherwin Williams. Upholstery color is SW7049 Nuance – Sherwin Williams. The chimney is a mortared dry cairn from the outside of the house, an Owens Corning Bucks County Southern Ledge Stone. Mendota is a fireplace manufacturer. The leather sofa and stool are from Bernhardt Furniture. The chairs are from Stanford Furniture. (Above Kupferblatt interior design studio)
14. This fantastic rustic living room in Big Sky, Montana has breathtaking views from floor to ceiling windows. The space is characterized by polished concrete floors and raised wooden ceilings. The two-sided stone fireplace is shared with the descending dining room. See the rest of this fantastic home here: This stunning Rocky Mountain hideaway is a dream home.. (Above Pearson Design Group)
15. This northern Arizona home pays homage to rustic architecture. This sleek living room features hand-molded cedar beams, laser-cut steel fittings, and a solid, stacked stone fireplace. This home is the ideal getaway in northern Arizona. (Above Drewett works)
16. A house in the mountains in North Carolina has a wall of windows with a lovely, expansive view of the tree canopy. The wall color for this living room is Sherwin Williams Relaxed Khaki. The furniture arranged around the stacked stone fireplace gives it a rustic, natural feel. (Above Kevin Carpenter interiors)
17. A reclaimed barn and timber framed lake house in Montana provides this inviting living room for obtain-togethers. Real 6-inch, dry-stacked stone, sourced locally in Swan Valley, Montana, was used for the fireplace. It is a version of moss rock. The fire box is 36 "x 36" genuine masonry love the rest of this lovely home. Look here: Rustic-modern barn in the lovely Schwanengebirge. (Above RMT Architects)
18. The fireplace stone in this lovely North Carolina living room is Tennessee Field Stone in a variety of sizes. The stove is approximately 17 ″ and the top of the fireplace is approximately 70 ″. The fireplace is a "reconditioned" antique piece of beam. The lanterns above the fireplace are custom-made by Hammerton with genuine mica "glass". The walls and ceilings are provided with a glass technique from Spirit of Decor, a local decorative painter. The overall dimensions are 23 & # 39; long x 18 & # 39; wide at the widest points, with a ceiling height of approximately 19 & # 39 ;. (Above Ambience interiors)
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