21 Elegant Fireplace Mantels To Inspire Your Cold-Weather Decorating

When it cools off, this is how you heat things up.

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William Waldron

Traditional, modern, or rustic, these fireplaces prove that the hearth remains the heart of the home.

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William Waldron

A mantel crafted from driftwood, and fireplace tools from TJ Hooker in a Montana guest room decorated by Philip Hooper and Sally Metcalfe.

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Fernando Bengoechea

Chakib Richani designed the stainless-steel fireplace surround to contrast with the walnut-clad walls of a home in Faqra, Lebanon; the chaise longue and armchairs are from Cassina.

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Nathan Kirkman

In a Chicago library designed by Eric Ceputis, fireproof black porcelain tiles line the floor and a nook behind a suspended fireplace.

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Pieter Estersohn

A stacked-stone fireplace divides the living room of interior designer Joe Nahem and Jeff Fields's Long Island home and serves as its centerpiece; the floors are reclaimed oak, and the windows and doors are by Marvin. Nahem designed the sectional sofa, and the vintage Nakashima cocktail table was purchased at auction; the 1950s slipper chairs are upholstered in Larsen's Botanicus fabric from Cowtan & Tout.

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William Waldron

The living room's wood ceiling, wrought-iron chandelier, and fireplace are original to the house; the Swedish trestle table and the marble plaque of Virgil are 19th century.

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William Abranowicz

In a Manhattan loft library, the fireplace surround and sliding panel are of blackened metal, and the television is by Samsung.

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Pieter Estersohn

The elevated Tuscan-style fireplace in this Italian kitchen is original to the home. The chairs are Spanish, and the light fixture was made by Florentine craftsmen.

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Pieter Estersohn

In this Brooklyn studio, Girl Reading, a 2004 painting by David Salle, hangs above the Christian Hubert-designed fireplace. A vintage Hans Bellman tripod table by Knoll sits next to a 1950s Florence Knoll sofa; the armchairs are by Kaare Klint.

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Miguel Flores-Vianna

The covered porch of this Idaho home is paved in gray sandstone tiles with a driftwood chandelier from Mecox Gardens. The limestone fireplace is flanked by seating areas covered with Holly Hunt fabric cushions. The porch serves as an open-air dining pavilion with views of the Sawtooth Mountains.

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Joshua Mchugh

In the living room of decorator Elaine Griffin and Michael McGarry's apartment in an 1890s Harlem brownstone, the Victorian oak mantel and tile fireplace surround are original, and the antique owl andirons were found at a Paris flea market.

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Simon Upton

In the living room of a Los Angeles home, a pair of 18th-century gilt-and-mirror sconces from J. F. Chen flank an antique French limestone fireplace from Exquisite Surfaces, and the black-lacquer drum stool is by Robert Kuo. The 19th-century Agra carpet is from Mansour.

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Tim Brotherton/Katie Lock

In a Berlin home, a concrete-clad fireplace separates the dining and living areas; the ­cocktail table is from Asia, and the dining chairs are by Warren Platner for Knoll.

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William Abranowicz

An 1840s Long Island cottage restored by Tricia Foley, a designer and author, features snowy white walls and upholstery, exposed beams, and a fireplace Foley framed in a refined wainscot inspired by a Colonial Williamsburg architectural detail.

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William Waldron

A wall of smoked and clear glass surrounds the fireplace in the double-height living area of architect and designer William Georgis's New York City townhouse. The custom-designed sofas are upholstered in a Gretchen Bellinger mohair and the chairs in a Clarence House velvet. The painting is by Julian Schnabel, and the rug is goatskin.

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William Waldron

Hand-troweled plaster covers the fireplace wall in the Ossining, New York, home of Doug Turshen and Rochelle Udell. The sectional is a custom design by Dick Bories and James Shearron, who also renovated the house, and the chair and ottoman are by Harry Bertoia. The original fir floor has been stained in a striped pattern.

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William Waldron

In the great room of artist Deborah Buck's 19th-century farmhouse in New York's Hudson Valley, the cocktail table in front of the fireplace is by George Naka shima Studio, the chairs are by Gio Ponti, and the Persian rug is antique.

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Simon Upton

For the drawing room of his London apartment, decorator Alidad placed a circa-1930s gilded French mirror above the fireplace. The Louis XV chair is covered in a Zimmer + Rohde fabric, and the nesting tables are by Chelsea Textiles.

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Roger Davies

A fanciful mural by Bob Christian frames an antique French mantel in the Manhattan pied-à-terre of decorator Suzanne Rheinstein. The chaise is Louis XVI, and the gilt armchairs are 18th-century Italian. The Louis XV chair by the fireplace is covered in a Claremont fabric.

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Eric Piasecki

In the sitting room of a Jacobean Revival estate in Tuxedo Park, New York, designer Ernest de la Torre flanked the fireplace with a pair of Chinese lacquered screens. The mirror and side table are by Karl Springer, the daybed is by Jacques Adnet, and the Louis XIII chair was purchased at auction. The light fixture is antique, and the walls are covered in a Ralph Lauren Home wallpaper.

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Elsa Young

Lilac-painted walls brighten the fireplace in the lounge of a Johannesburg home designed by Derrick Tabbert. The mirror is by Hartmann & Keppler Interiors, and the zebra-hide rug is from Whatnot.

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Miguel Flores Vianna

In the drawing room of Charles de Ganay's Château de Fleury, a historic 16th-century property on the outskirts of the Fontainebleau forest in France, a Louis XIV marble mantel is paired with a Louis XV hand-carved surround. The artworks attest to the owner's love of falconry.

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