Warm up to the eye-catching designs of these Kansas City fireplaces
It’s only a matter of time before all of the leaves have fallen off the trees and the temperature also begins to drop. With winter just around the corner, we’re cozying up to the unique designs of these fireplaces that serve as a focal point in their homes. From stacked stone to modern marvels, here are five styles that are sure to catch your eye.
The stone fireplace in this Ward Parkway home mixes modern and organic elements that mirror the stacked stone fences traditional in rural areas of the region.
The minimalist design of the fireplace in this contemporary Lake Lotawana home is functional yet stylish, with colorful Murano glass displayed on the mantel for decoration.
Who says the fireplace can’t span more than one space? In this high-tech Mission Hills home, the fireplace is stationed in between the kitchen and the family room for maximum effect.
The heat-generating fireplace in this Roanoke home is framed in blackened steel that can heat the entire downstairs when it’s burning. The built-in storage for firewood adds a practical and textural element.
A standout feature in this light-filled Mission Hills home designed by architect Bruce Wendlandt is the see-through fireplace that separates two conversation areas.