7 Cozy Fireplaces

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November 27, 2013
Blustery weather got you down? Here are seven fireplaces sure to warm you up.
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  Inside a summer house in coastal Denmark, life revolves around the brick chimney, which the architect surrounded with a concrete counter that wraps from the kitchen to the living area. The stools are vintage. Photo by Karina Tengberg.  Photo by: Karina Tengberg

    Inside a summer house in coastal Denmark, life revolves around the brick chimney, which the architect surrounded with a concrete counter that wraps from the kitchen to the living area. The stools are vintage. Photo by Karina Tengberg.

    Photo by: Karina Tengberg

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  Passionate cooks, the Burtons installed a Mugnaini wood-fired oven in the kitchen of their prefab house and had a custom Grillery fireplace-barbecue built into the concrete block wall on their deck. Beneath the grill they store oak firewood collected from their property. Photo by Dwight Eschliman.  Photo by: Dwight Eschliman

    Passionate cooks, the Burtons installed a Mugnaini wood-fired oven in the kitchen of their prefab house and had a custom Grillery fireplace-barbecue built into the concrete block wall on their deck. Beneath the grill they store oak firewood collected from their property. Photo by Dwight Eschliman.

    Photo by: Dwight Eschliman

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  A Regency Horizon fireplace warms the interior of a renovated Toronto Edwardian. Photo by Shai Gil.  Photo by: Shai Gil

    A Regency Horizon fireplace warms the interior of a renovated Toronto Edwardian. Photo by Shai Gil.

    Photo by: Shai Gil

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  In a renovated Los Feliz abode, a vintage fireplace found at the Rose Bowl Flea Market outfits a rooftop deck. Photo by Floto + Warner.  Photo by: Floto + Warner

    In a renovated Los Feliz abode, a vintage fireplace found at the Rose Bowl Flea Market outfits a rooftop deck. Photo by Floto + Warner.

    Photo by: Floto + Warner

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  “I didn’t want to compromise the Victorian nature of the house,” designer Orla Kiely says of her recent London renovation. Although the original fireplace was in good shape, the flooring needed to be replaced. Kiely didn’t want to use new wood, so she sourced the weathered ebony-colored boards from an architectural salvage yard. “I wanted the floors to really feel like they were part of the house,” she says. Kiely found the rug at Heal’s and the chandelier and art are vintage. Photo by Chris Tubbs.  Photo by: Chris Tubbs

    “I didn’t want to compromise the Victorian nature of the house,” designer Orla Kiely says of her recent London renovation. Although the original fireplace was in good shape, the flooring needed to be replaced. Kiely didn’t want to use new wood, so she sourced the weathered ebony-colored boards from an architectural salvage yard. “I wanted the floors to really feel like they were part of the house,” she says. Kiely found the rug at Heal’s and the chandelier and art are vintage. Photo by Chris Tubbs.

    Photo by: Chris Tubbs

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  British artist Maisie Broadhead elevates the nuisance of an unsightly lamp cord to over-the-mantel art with this clever bit of DIY design.

    British artist Maisie Broadhead elevates the nuisance of an unsightly lamp cord to over-the-mantel art with this clever bit of DIY design.

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  A firewood nice and hearth infuse the interior of a renovated farmhouse in Italy with coziness. Photo by Helenio Barbetta.  Photo by: Helenio Barbetta

    A firewood nice and hearth infuse the interior of a renovated farmhouse in Italy with coziness. Photo by Helenio Barbetta.

    Photo by: Helenio Barbetta

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