8 Amazing outdoor fireplace ideas
The outdoor fireplace is so popular in the United States, mainly thanks to the trend of converting the backyard, garden or terrace into some sort of outdoor living room. This is more than having a fireplace in your backyard or garden, since it extends also to a dining area, sofas – and basically every decoration element for extending the comfort in the exterior.
If you need inspiration, here are some projects of outdoor fireplaces cladded with natural stone. But first, you must know that exterior fireplace does not necessarily mean rustic design, but it can be also framed in minimalist, contemporary or traditional exterior concepts, based on the chosen stone and the type of finish.
For example, a stone-cladded fireplace such as Sunny marble with polished finish (the image below) is the perfect example – natural elegance incorporated into the terrace concept.
Traditional Patio by San Ramon Landscape Architects & Landscape Designers Susan Friedman Landscape Architecture
Reinterpreting a contemporary concept can also work for outdoor fireplace. The image below features a San Francisco project with simple lines enriched by a natural stone similar with splitface cladding.
Contemporary Patio by San Francisco Media & Bloggers California Home + Design
Flagstone is ideal for fireplace cladding with rustic design. The picture below features a terrace with amazing setting – the dining area in front of the fireplace is sheltered by a pergola and you have glass house walls, for a comprehensive image of the area. Another way of creating a similar look is by using Rock Face Akron Poligonal Marble, one of the most popular polygonal stones.
Farmhouse Patio by Shelter Island Architects & Building Designers SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
The light-coloured natural stone used for fireplace cladding in the image below resembles with the golden, cream shades of Rhodos polygonal stone. This setting is very interesting, with traditional pleasant lines – the colorful sofas with pillows are a unique retreat, an intimate and relaxed corner in the middle of the garden.
Traditional Patio by Danville Interior Designers & Decorators Culbertson Durst Interiors
For a mountain setting, the rustic terrace can also be enhanced with an outdoor fireplace. In this context, the rough stone look with sallow tones is very beautiful, contrasting with the garden green.
Rustic Patio by San Marcos Building Supplies Eldorado Stone
Another example of exterior fireplace with a relaxing area sheltered by a pergola comes in the image below. If you want a similar look fireplace, use multicolored slate or Fileti Sikis Mix Slate.
Traditional Patio by Rockford Interior Designers & Decorators Green Apple Design
For ruling over the entire space in a green courtyard, use a fireplace like the one from the image below cladded with Rock Face Pepem Polygonal Marble. Also natural stone flooring – shades to match the color of fireplace.
Traditional Patio by New York Architects & Building Designers Mark P. Finlay Architects, AIA
A unique idea from the image below – the exterior terraced area is cladded with a single type assive stone, so that fireplace is consistently integrated into the setting.
Traditional Patio by New York Photographers CM Glover
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