A stone fireplace not only keeps this outdoor space warm and cozy, but also allows for year-round entertaining. Meanwhile, matching sofas invite guests to relax while the chef prepares dinner at the stainless grill.
Built-in bookshelves line one side of a sleek, stone fireplace that brings warmth to two rooms in this midcentury inspired mansion. Cinnamon-colored wood planks the floors and ceiling, while wall-scale windows opposite of the fireplace offer expansive property views.
This Crow's Nest Mansion in Bronxville, NY, offers guests lots of architectural design upon entering the space, from the coved ceilings to the corner fireplace with a rich, detailed mantle. The bay window lets in natural light and features a bench for extra seating, while a large Persian rug lines the floor.
A floor-to-ceiling fireplace with built-in bookshelves defines the opposite side of the room, showcasing more of the bachelor's prized possessions. The dark wood surround not only complements the trim on the walls, but also accentuates the room's masculine air.
A floor-to-ceiling brick fireplace is the focal point in this modern, neutral living space, with a wall of windows bringing in the beautiful outdoor views. Contemporary furniture with pops of blue are placed beside a large door that opens to the outside lawn.
The showstopping stone fireplace is the focal point of this cozy living room. Soft neutral furnishings showcase the reclaimed timber walls and ceilings and heart pine floors. A large window lets in light and offers a stunning view.
Broad doorways open this expansive covered patio to an indoor game room, and the stone fireplace is double-side to service both spaces. Warm wood tones on the ceiling give a homey vibe to the outdoor space, while separate areas for lounging and dining give guests myriad options to enjoy themselves and relax.
Light stone and dark wood finishes combine for dramatic effect in this Spanish-inspired living room. A stone fireplace extends to the cathedral-height ceiling to create a dynamic focal point. The scale of the room, coupled with elements like dark ceiling beams, round candelabra fixtures and interior balconies, gives the space the feel of a modern-day Medieval great hall.
Pale walls team with a stately limestone fireplace to give this renovated great room a clean and airy, yet comfortable and homey feel. Wood beams on the ceiling and tall mullioned windows bring warmth to the space and tie in with the Tudor architectural elements on the exterior. A blue wingback chair creates a statement in the mostly neutral space.
A vaulted wood ceiling and rough-hewn mantel add a distinctly rustic flair to this covered patio. The neutral patio has a unique style thanks to a mix of rustic and industrial components, including the metal-and-wood dining table.
Because bold patterns abound in this formal living room -- from the contemporary artwork to the armchairs and area rug -- a *lack* of it overhead calls attention to the coffered ceilings. In turn, when guests are seated around the coffee table, they won't be able to take their eyes off this treatment.