Kelly Wearstler Fireplace | Inspiration

The weather is getting cooler and we are cozying up to these phenomenal statement fireplaces cladded in marble, quartzite and onyx. Add warmth, texture and variation to your room by creating a stand out focal point with your fireplace.

Calacatta Extra marble is one of the most exclusive marbles in the world. The deep grey veining scattered with feathery taupe adds to its simple, classic beauty. This marble ribbon fireplace designed by SHM Architects creates a pleasing combination of textures, instantly creating a classic focal point.

Calacatta Extra Marble Fireplace
Calacatta Extra Marble Fireplace

We found inspiration in this Pietra Grey Leathered fireplace by interior designer, Kelly Wearstler. The dark contemporary marble is nicely complimented by a perfect balance of geometric forms.

Image courtesy of Kelly Wearstler

To maximize impact for a more traditional fireplace, backlight an onyx fireplace surround to create a glow that you can enjoy year round. Designed by M2 Design Group in Dallas, TX.

Backlit Onyx Nuvolato Fireplace
Backlit Onyx Nuvolato Fireplace

This stand-alone Statuario Cremo Marble fireplace and room divider by Charleston designer Angie Hranowsky is both show-stopping and functional. Create a strong, neutral statement that can grab your attention among colorful design.

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Eyes are automatically drawn to the Zebrino White marble fireplace designed by Karyn Dismore Interiors. While the natural horizontal striation of the marble makes the room appear wider, the floor to ceiling design moves the eye upward, creating a dramatic effect.

Zebrino White Fireplace, image courtesy of Buddy Coronado Photography.


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