Two Sided Fireplace Photos
A fireplace is a beautiful, functional addition to any new home. Here are 9 fireplace design ideas for homes with a see through fireplace in the kitchen, great room, grand room, formal dining room, master bedroom, and more. These fireplace design ideas can be the highlight of any room in your next home.
Get inspiration below, or from our Houzz fireplace design ideabook. In 2014, more Raleigh new home buyers are choosing to include a two sided or see through fireplace.
Fireplace design idea #1: Kitchen with see through fireplace
In this version of the Remington, a Raleigh floor plan concept by Frank Snodgrass, a see-through fireplace sits between the kitchen and grand room.
Fireplace design idea #2: Sun Room with see through fireplace
In this version of the Summerlyn, a popular floor plan for 2014 new homes, the sun room features a see through fireplace with views into the great room. A white column entrance lends formality to this distinct space, with direct access to outdoor living. A tile fireplace surround coordinates with the beige wall color.
Fireplace design idea #3: Grand Room with see through fireplace
A hand-built custom fireplace design surrounds this see through fireplace. Wainscote paneling extends to the ceiling, adding height and interest. The two sided design maintains the open flow of this room - which has two sets of French doors with arched windows above.
Fireplace design idea #4: Great Room with see through fireplace
Below is another custom fireplace design that uses wainscot paneling to create visual height - which draws the eye upward in this two story room filled with windows.
With a built in bookcase offering open storage, this room is suited for multiple purposes. It can serve as a traditional great room designed for entertainment or it can become a cozy reading room for relaxation by the fire.
Fireplace design idea #5: Living Room with see through fireplace
In this custom home, a fully wheelchair accessible design by Stanton Homes, the riverstone surround two sided fireplace is placed in the center of the great room - with plenty of maneuverability.
This free-standing fireplace design is making its way into more 2014 new homes.
Fireplace design idea #6: Formal Dining Room with see through fireplace
In this home, a custom floor plan by Stanton Homes, a see through fireplace sits between the formal dining room and great room.
Compare the height of this fireplace to the other photos in this article. See how it is raised higher off the floor?
This fireplace is designed to match the height of the formal dining room table, enabling a full see through view into the great room.
Fireplace design idea #7: Family Room with see through fireplace
A common fireplace design incorporates entertainment space above or beside the mantle. In this custom home, a two sided fireplace with tile surround offers warmth in the winter and a fully functional entertainment center year round.
Fireplace design idea #8: Master Bedroom with see through fireplace
A three sided see through fireplace takes center stage in this master bedroom. The hallway pictured here leads to the master bath, with a clear line of sight from the tub to the fireplace.
Fireplace design idea #9: Patio with see through fireplace
This home, a version of the Country Manor, emphasizes fireplace views inside and out - with a see through design between the courtyard patio and great room.
When you build a custom home, you can create your own warm atmosphere, with a fireplace that makes a statement all about you. Contact Stanton Homes to learn more about building a new home in North Carolina.
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