This striking fireplace sits within the Eero Saarinen-designed Miller House in Indianapolis. Renowned designer Alexander Girard helped craft the inteiror as well.
This retreat in Washingston state can withstand brushfires and several feet of snowpack; its rugged fireplace is a modern take on a classic 19th century design.
This house is also set within rustic settings - a Norwegian forest - but its firepalce has a more refined palette: marble hexgon tiles surround the flames while the remaining floor riles are birch.
This sleek hearth overlooks an Italian factory-turned-home designed by Paola Navone; its charcoal black profile highlights the house's luminous white interior.
You don't need a new home to have a new fireplace: Spark Modern Fires offers products like this, the Cube, which are fueled by propane or natural gas.
This nearly 2,000 square foot Colorado retreat uses bright floor-to-ceiling windows, radiant heating floors, and this classic hanging fireplace deisgn to stay warm.
Also 2,000 square feet, this Istanbul loft places its large fireplace front-and-center: it straddles the living room and dining table, providing visual and sensory stimulus when eating and entertaining.