Welcome to our gallery, which features a collection of living rooms with stone fireplaces as the focal point.
The fireplaces may be enclosed in an all-stone accent wall or free-standing and dual-sided between two sides of a larger living room. Many have solid wood mantles, while others have small or non-existent hearths.
You’ll see both open fireplaces and glass-enclosed fireplaces, and you’ll also see screened fireplaces. While stone fireplaces are often associated with rustic interior designs, they work just as well with modern styles.
We’ve assembled a curated gallery of living rooms with stone fireplaces to provide inspiration and interior design ideas for your own projects.
1. Stone Wall With Gas Fireplace Inset Below Flat-Screen TV
This beautiful contemporary living room has an entire stone wall with a gas-burning fireplace tucked in a crevice below the television. The walls are inset on either side of the modern stone fireplace, with wooden display shelves.
A cavernous traditional living room with a free-standing natural stone fireplace. This chalet overlooks the mountains, and the shaded doors lead out onto a large terrace.
3. Stone Fireplace Features Ornate Iron Screen
Another contemporary formal living room with deep, rich brown leather sofas paired with two striped armchairs and fluffy accent pillows in white. The fireplace decor has an ornate iron screen with ivy pieces wrapping around the sides. The wooden mantel is painted black.
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4. Stone Fireplace Complements Snowy Mountain View
A window-wrapped great room with an enormous stacked stone fireplace at the very center of the home decor. Even the huge mantel on the contemporary fireplace is made of solid stone. The fireplace design is the perfect complement to the snowy mountainside view.
5. Wood-Burning Stone Fireplace the Focal Point of Rustic Space
A rustic yet elegant living room in wood and stone. The wood-burning fireplace is screened to avoid any cinders escaping and causing a fire hazard.
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6. Massive Stone Fireplace Anchors One Wall of Chateau
An enormous log-cabin style chateau in the mountains with a massive screened wood-burning fireplace in stone. The red cedar wooden mantel matches the trim, flooring, and wood furniture.
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7. Multi-Toned Stone Fireplace with Raised Hearth
A much more modern living room with a multi-tone stone fireplace. The glass-enclosed fireplace rests low to the raised hearth. The main seating area is white and sits in a shallow pit in the floor, allowing the fireplace to seem much taller.
8. Built-In Wooden Cabinets Flank Stone Fireplace
With built-ins on either side, this stone fireplace is the focal point of this traditional living room. The larger stones are eye-catching and contrast with the soft woodgrain of the built-ins beside it.
9. Stone Fireplace Set in Corner of Southwestern-Style Living Room
This Southwestern-style living room has a corner fireplace, an enclosed hearth , and a rustic wooden mantel. Metal wall art is attached to the stacked stone fireplace.
10. Stone Accent Wall Includes Wood-Burning Fireplace
A unique wood-burning fireplace on a stone accent wall. This fireplace wall has no mantel but does include three small stone shelves. A stone hearth rests below the wrought-iron screen flat against the fireplace surround.
11. Built-in Wooden Cabinetry Matches Stone Fireplace Mantel
The upstairs hallway overlooks a traditional living room in light wood. Built-ins on either side of the stone fireplace match the oak mantlepiece. The fireplace is gas and enclosed in glass. The seating area in front is furnished in light brown leather.
12. Flat-Screen TV Set in Stone Fireplace
An outdoor living room surrounded by a balustrade. A large television is placed above the wooden mantel of the outdoor stone fireplace, above the glass-enclosed opening.
13. Stone Fireplace Enclosure Features Wood Accents
Windows line either side of this smaller contemporary living room with a sectional sofa. The fireplace is slightly off-center, allowing the television to be placed on the built-in beside it. The entire enclosure is in stone, with the fireplace hearth running the length of the wall.
14. Multi-Tonal Stone Fireplace with Wall Mirror Over the Mantel
An elegant living room with a contemporary fireplace featuring a multi-tonal stone facade.
15. Large Floral Bouquet on Mantel of Light Stone Fireplace
16. Pine Built-in Cabinets Flank Mortar and Stone Fireplace
A beautiful rustic living room with pine built-ins on either side of the imposing mortar and stone fireplace. The fireplace mantel matches the wood trim and furnishings.
This eclectic living room features a traditional fireplace, wicker chairs paired with a leather sofa, and a checkerboard-patterned ottoman. Natural fiber shades can be drawn over the numerous windows.
18. Stone Fireplace Tapered Near Top of Ceiling
This cavernous living space is split into two different areas, each with a separate seating arrangement. The stone fireplace design continues all the way up to the ceiling, tapering slightly. Two rows of windows let in ample natural light.
19. Wood-Burning Stone Fireplace in New Home
A new construction home with a beautiful light stone wood burning fireplace and a large U-shaped sectional sofa that dominates the room.
20. Gilded Mirror Hangs Over Wooden Mantel
A pit living room with a large brick fireplace topped by a small wooden mantel and a gilded mirror. Doors on either side lead out onto the patio.
21. Recessed Wooden Inset Adds Visual Interest
An eclectic living room with a plush white rug and an enormous stacked stone fireplace that extends from the wall. An antique gas pump sits in one corner of the room, a cuckoo clock in another.
22. Stone Fireplace Features Ornately Carved Wooden Mantel
A rustic log cabin with a custom glass-topped display coffee table and an armchair decorated with sections of antler. The stone fireplace design has an ornately carved mantel matching the carved section between the windows.