The fireplace is a focal point in the layout of a room. Seen as the heart of conviviality and place of shared warm moments, its main role is to warm up, but also to create a more welcoming atmosphere.
The double-sided fireplace offers all this, but in addition it has the role of separating spaces. These two sides offer the pleasure of combining two different styles and enjoying its soft fire on both sides: often the living room and the dining room. If you want to install a double-sided fireplace at home to separate your rooms and you are looking for inspiring ideas for its design and installation, we invite you to discover this selection of 13 modern spaces fitted with insert fireplaces double-sided.
Double-sided fireplace in an apartment in Hobart Australia
These two homes, located in Australia, allow you to enjoy the soft fire of the fireplace from the inside as well as from outside. They also separate the two spaces with elegance. The first interior was designed by Studio 11 Architects, while the second is made by the studio Make Architecture.
Double-Faced Fireplace in an Apartment in Melbourne Australia, Make Architecture Design
More and more people live in open spaces for several reasons: more space, more light, more friendly atmosphere ... If that's your case, you probably want to separate the living room from your dining room but without really close them. The double sided chimney is the perfect room divider for you. Here is an apartment, located on Long Island in New York, with a double-sided fireplace separating the living room and the dining room:
Fireplace double-sided in an apartment in Long Island, New York
In winter we tend to stay at home and do not put much nose outside. If you do not want to spend the cold days locked up at home and enjoy a little of your garden and terrace, then why not install a outdoor fireplace ?
Fireplace in Truckee, California
The interior of this apartment located in Buenos Aires, Argentina, was designed by Estudio Galera Arquitectura . This large industrial style space combines rustic materials and wood. The floor is concrete, while the furniture is wood. The fireplace separates the dining room and the living room. Its black color distinguishes it from the rest of this interior in light colors.
Double-sided fireplace in an apartment in Buenos Aires Argentina
Minimalist style interior with double sided fireplace in Slovakia
An apartment in Richfield, Wisconsin in the United States
Apartment located in Chicago
Apartment located in Vancouver Canada
Design double-sided fireplace, Turks & Caicos Island
Minimalist style apartment with double sided chimney in the Netherlands
Interior design Stonefox
Apartment located in Melbourne Australia