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Stunning Brick Fireplace Designs that Add Cozy Style to any Home

If you want to give a room character while combining some extra flair, choose a brick fireplace. Have you been considering upgrading your home decor? Brick fireplaces design ideas are a good place to start. Maybe you’re thinking there aren’t a lot of options when it comes to styling with brick. We’re here to tell you otherwise.

There are many things you can do to style your brick fireplace ranging from painting to adding decor pieces. Check out these 12 brick fireplace designs and get inspired to build one in your home.

Fireplace Wooden Mantel
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Whitewashed Brick Fireplace

Don’t like the solid color of the usual brick fireplace? You’re not alone. This does not mean you should cancel it altogether. There are plenty of ways you can change the color and whitewashing is one of them. Whitewashing involves you painting over some areas with diluted white paint. You will end up with a look different from what you started with but you’re sure to love it. This can even be a DIY project. It doesn’t require equipment, doesn’t cost much, and will not take a lot of time to complete.

Whitewashed Brick Fireplace
thishiatus.com

 

White Brick Fireplace

White is a favorite for most people but what you don’t know is that your fireplace can also be painted white. A white brick fireplace is one easy way to give your room a classy look. You can never go wrong with that. Before you go ahead to paint, consider the decor of your space. If your walls are white, the fireplace will blend in easily but with other wall colors, it is necessary to check to see if it matches. You also need to consider the other decor pieces.

White Brick Fireplace
lovelyindeed.com

 

Christmas Decor Around Fireplace

Christmas decor can be up all year round. The spirit of Christmas is joy and cheers after all. It all depends on how you use it. The decor can be minimal ranging from Christmas lights to a mini Christmas tree you can place on the mantelpiece. This is not a usual decor practice so you can be sure of its uniqueness.

Christmas Decor Around Fireplace
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Rustic Mantel for Fireplace

The rustic look is a good one for a fireplace. Even if it will be the only rustic decor piece, it is enough to leave a lasting impression. For this look, you leave your bricks as they are and focus on the mantelpiece. The mantelpiece can look like a log of wood you just cut off a tree or a beam.  A rustic mantelpiece can considerably change the whole look of your house.

Rustic Mantel for Fireplace
fenterprisewood.com

 

Aged Brick Fireplace

Sometimes, the look of a fireplace can be too bright and new. You may want something that looks like it’s been there for a while so it can fit in with the rest of the house. There’s a way around this and it is called the aging of bricks. This process fades some of the colors off the bricks and makes them look distressed. After this process, you can also paint it to match the color of your wall.

Fireplace Rustic Mantel
heritagesalvage.com

 

Antique Brick Fireplace

No building material says antique more than bricks. A brick fireplace will add to the cozy and warm feeling of your living space. Your home will become a place you cherish. You can achieve this using distressed bricks and rustic wood as the mantelpiece. While this cannot fit with every decor style, it’s a good choice for you if that’s your style.

Antique Brick Fireplace
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Brick and Wood Fireplace

Brick and wood are two complementary materials for your fireplace. You can achieve different decor styles with these two. Whether you’re going for a modern look, farmhouse, or rustic look, they come in very handy.

Brick and Wood Fireplace
gambrick.com

 

Wooden Mantel for Fireplace

A little bit more attention to the type and design of the wood you use for your mantelpiece can make all the difference. When going for a classy style, choose a mantelpiece that has a unique structural design. It can have a complementary or contrasting color to the fireplace.

Wooden Mantel for Fireplace
watersedgewoods.com
Fireplace Wooden Mantel
watersedgewoods.com

 

Unique frame for Fireplace Mantel

Nobody wants a plain old and boring fireplace. You can upgrade the look of your fireplace by getting a unique frame to place on your mantelpiece. The frame can be a flower frame or even one made with exotic wood. It can contain family pictures or if you’re artistic, artworks. It boils down to what you want.

Unique frame for Fireplace Mantel
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Handmade and Handwritten Frame for Mantelpiece

Your mantelpiece is likely to look nice already but you can add your touch to it in a framed piece. If you can write cursive, that’s great but if not, perfection is not a requirement. You can write your family’s name or initials and frame it or maybe your favorite quotes and scriptures.

Handmade and Handwritten Frame for Mantelpiece
ourfauxfarmhouse.com

 

Stone Brick Fireplace

Have you ever seen stone bricks in person? They are gorgeous! Compared to the other brick types, they are not as commonly used. Get this in your home and be one of the few with the most beautiful fireplace.

Stone Brick Fireplace
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Stone Brick Idea for Fireplace
chesapeakebrick.com

 

Unique Mantel for Fireplace

When you see the word “mantelpiece”, there’s an image that comes to mind, right? Exactly! For your fireplace, you’re trying to avoid having a Mantelpiece that looks like one you can find anywhere else. This might require a bit of DIY on your part. You can use materials and items like ladders and tiles. The uniqueness of your mantelpiece can also be from the decorative pieces you put on and around it. Since your fireplace is the focal point of your living space, any change to its look is a change to your entire house.

Unique Mantel for Fireplace
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Whether your style is modern, rustic, farmhouse, or what have you, there’s a brick fireplace design for you. Brick fireplaces are versatile, can be upgraded, and also tend to last long. It’s one of the best materials you can think of when building a fireplace.

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