Focal points in the renovated space become the double-sided fireplace with stucco surround and exposed wood beams and arched doorways. "You've got the nice wide openings," says Joanna, "but you also have that quaint, cozy feel."
In addition to the pool house and bar, an intimate conversation area underneath a wood-paneled vaulted ceiling is illuminated by the soft glow of lighting. The space is filled by the warmth of the double-sided fireplace.
This contemporary home in Bend, Oregon features an open concept living space. Modern details shine in the space, including exposed ventilation to the double-sided fireplace, 22-foot ceilings with floor-to-ceiling windows, and polished concrete flooring.
This ultra modern living space inside the contemporary oasis in Bend, Oregon, features a black-and-white color palette with polished concrete flooring, floor-to-ceiling windows and a double-sided fireplace that separates the living room from the dining area.
Focal points in the renovated space become the double-sided fireplace with stucco surround and exposed wood beams and arched doorways. "You've got the nice wide openings," says Fixer Upper host Joanna Gaines, "but you also have that quaint, cozy feel.
Boasting stunning beach and ocean views, the master suite features a modern canopy bed, cozy fur throw and private balcony access. A linear, double-sided fireplace connects the room to the spacious spa-like bathroom, which includes a soaking tub, steam shower and outdoor shower.
A sleek, white soaking tub grounded by a gorgeous wood surround brings a spa-like experience to the master bathroom. Ocean views are put on full display from the sliding glass door, and a linear, double-sided fireplace connects to the master bedroom on the other side.
A high-pitched roof gives a family starry views from the outdoor porch of a rustic lake home in Georgia. Builder Mike Hammersmith came up with the double-sided fireplace with steel pocket doors that slide behind it. On nice days, the pocket doors can open and connect the living room with the porch.
In the newly reconfigured living room, a new double-sided fireplace serves as a visual focal point both this main living room and a sunroom just beyond. A plush gray sofa and matching coffee table sit at the room's center, as well as two neutral armchairs. Exposed beam vaulted ceilings complete the open look of the room.
This home's original master bathroom had a sunken bathtub and a small shower, so to modernize the space and make it more functional, designers raised the floor and added a freestanding bathtub, which was the perfect addition next to the newly tiled, double-sided fireplace. Then, the same tiles that were used for the fireplace surround were also used in the shower floor, connecting the two spaces and adding warm texture to the space.
With a view of the ocean, this master bedroom makes for a pretty rough life for its owners to wake up to. This home in the heart of Newport Beach, Calif. is the perfect master retreat for... retreating! Keeping it light and bright with Venetian plaster and a tongue and groove ceiling gave this room the perfect texture and coastal feel. Layering in a canopy bed and sitting room with a double sided fireplace makes this room the most desirable space to relax in.
This kitchen has a fun detail: a double-sided plaster fireplace that cozies up both the kitchen and, on the other side, the dining room. Its shape matches that of the range hood for a handsome, balanced look.
The structure of the home is majestic, with exposed wood beams stretching over the open concept interior. A double-sided stone fireplace and chimney reaches up through the middle of the great room, the heart of the space.
The double-sided brick fireplace is the centerpiece of this rustic lounge area in The Country Club at DC Ranch. Comfortable furniture, exposed wood beams, a wrought iron chandelier and throw pillows add to the southwestern feel of the space.
A double-sided stacked stone fireplace centers this rustic yet contemporary master bedroom. Exposed wood beams add architectural detail to the room, while large picturesque windows offer tons of natural light and beautiful views of the outdoors.