This four bedroom, four bath contemporary oasis in Bend, Oregon features a stunning open concept living and dining space, divided by an ultra modern, double-sided fireplace. The unique features of the space include exposed ventilation, floor-to-ceiling windows and 22-foot ceilings.
This contemporary living room features plenty of natural light from the wall of windows and soft lighting from the vaulted ceilings. The centerpiece of the space is the double-sided gas fireplace and floating back-to-back televisions.
This chic-as-can-be outdoor lounge is tucked up next to a double-sided fireplace and full of contemporary furnishings. A simple palette of earth tones gracefully connects the space with its natural surroundings.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines updated this double-sided fireplace by painting the brick bright white and adding a modern wood mantel. The adjacent dining area features floating wood shelves and a chalkboard wall for a cafe-like atmosphere.
This rustic, modern dining space shares a double-sided fireplace with the nearby living room. Gray tile surrounds the fireplace on both sides, but pairs perfectly with the tones in the wooden dining table, chairs and modern chandelier.
Homeowners can take a break from the California views to enjoy a movie on the wall-mounted flat-screen TV in the HGTV Dream Home 2014 master bedroom. Nearby, a double-sided fireplace and steel chimney warms up the cozy seating area.
This fireplace is open on both sides perfect for the open, airy feel of the background patio design. Smooth, round rocks build the interior with beautiful texture and height. A stainless steel border frames the opening and reflects the warm light. Through the opening you can see the streams of water flowing from the above fountain.