A fireplace can be clad in many ways and with many materials: with concrete, stone, marble, copper and so on but today we are sharing some ideas to really boost your fireplace surround – clad it with tiles! Tiles are classics that was a bit out of trend for some time but now they are totally back, and this is not surprising – besides fulfilling its main function, it makes the fireplace stand out a lot.
Tiled Fireplace Walls
A tiled fireplace wall is a nice way to accent your living room and fireplace at the same time. You just take tiles that match the colors and style of your space and clad around the fireplace and up to the ceiling, you may put some on the floor, too. This feature will give a slight vintage feel to the space and it usually doesn’t suppose a mantel, which will prevent you from enjoying the whole look but you can still make something thin and neutral.
a built-in vintage fireplace clad with blue and white patterned tiles that stand out and make the space more refined
a faux fireplace with glazed green tiles around it and firewood storage under it for a chic look
a built-in fireplace with grey and white patterned tiles around and up to the ceiling and a simple wooden mantel
A tiled fireplace is a bold and catchy idea for many spaces, from farmhouse to modern ones. With these tiles you may add a bit of color or pattern or both to your space and accent the fireplace a lot. Choose something bold or neutral but patterned and clad around the fireplace. You may also add a wooden frame with a mantel or only a mantel for an airy look. As for the floor, you may cover it with the same tiles or go for something different and bold. Get inspired!
a bright monochromatic mid-century boho living room with a fireplace clad with black and white graphic tiles and a wooden mantel
a built-in fireplace clad with black and white graphic tiles and with a refined white mantel and frame around it
a built-in fireplace clad with black and white graphic tiles around and with a wooden frame for a contemporary space
a built-in fireplace clad with colored patterned tiles around, with a rich stained wooden slab mantel
a built-in fireplace surrounded with black and white geometric tiles and with a stained wooden mantel with plants in pots
a built-in fireplace with black and white patterned tiles, a rough wood mantel over the fireplace is a perfect match for a rustic living room
a built-in fireplace looks great covered with tiles
a built-in fireplace with marble hex tiles around it and on the floor and a stylish white frame and mantel
a built-in fireplace with monochromatic graphic tiles around it and a rich stained wooden frame
a built-in non-working fireplace clad with metal elongated hex tiles and with a white wooden frame
a faux fireplace with black and white graphic tiles clad around and a rich-stained wooden mantel
a faux fireplace with blue elongated hex tiles around and a rustic wooden mantel and frame for a farmhouse feel
a faux fireplace with star print grey tiles around it and some stone on the floor looks very stylish
a faux fireplace with yellow and white graphic tiles around it and a peachy pink frame and mantel with a qurky gallery wall
a neutral contemporary space with a fireplace clad with monochromatic patterned tiles and a laconic grey mantelw ith plants
a non-working fireplace with black and white geo tiles clad around and a light stained wooden mantel
a non-working fireplace with grey star-patterned tiles around and on the floor and a refined white frame and mantel
a real fireplace clad with star print grey tiles around it and with matte black ones on the floor plus a white frame and mantel
a refined fireplace clad with blue and white patterned tiles and with a rich stained wooden mantel
a stylish built-in fireplace clad with blue patterned tiles around it and with a delicate metal firewood stand next to it
a stylish fireplace clad with blue patterned tiles around and blue glossy ones on the floor plus a simple wooden mantel is very vibrant
an ultra-modern built-in fireplace clad with black matte hexagon tiles and with a stained wooden mantel
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It's not just the heat that makes an indoor fire so enticing - the smell, the sound, the warm soft light; it is almost impossible to replicate the atmosphere conjured by a real, roaring log fire. Even if it is no longer in use, a fireplace surround provides a focal point for the room and plenty of character as well. 'You want to be in good hands when working on your fireplace, because it is so integral to the architecture and there are so many details to get right,' says our columnist Rita Konig, so it's worth going to the experts when you're buying a new one.
Material is perhaps the most important consideration to start with. Will Fisher of Jamb recommends that "when choosing between marble, stone and wooden chimneypieces, you should really be guided by what you like, but stone is often used for hallways, while marble tends to be used in more formal spaces, such as drawing and dining rooms." Interior designer Hugh Leslie adds that "a plain marble or stone generally relies on mouldings to create light and shadow for interest, whereas a beautifully figured marble or stone does not require additional embellishment." Wood is the other major material you'll find, and Hugh explains that "wood is a lovely material for a chimneypiece, but make sure the opening is lined with marble, stone or steel to prevent the heat damaging the timber."
Whether you want a traditional chimneypiece, a rustic wood burner, or a pared-back fireplace, we've gathered our favourite examples from the House & Garden archives.
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