Corner stone fireplace designs are more popular than ever in today's marketplace. The striking examples featured here encompass a vast range of sizes and styles -- from traditional to contemporary. Whether you prefer the rustic charm of stacked stone, the old world elegance of hand carved stone, or the crisp, clean lines of polished stone . . . a corner stone hearth can be crafted to satisfy nearly every taste!
Corner Hearth above by Jaffa Group
The traditional design pictured at right by BHH Partners has a very casual look and feel . . . . .
. . . . . while the two marble designs by Jeremy Morrelli that follow -- also traditional in style -- have a much more formal look and feel.
The striking design pictured below is by RJB Development. Note the arched niche, or recess, directly above the mantel shelf.
The two multi-story corner stone fireplace designs that follow soar from floor to ceiling. The example on the right has a see-through firebox that can be viewed from both sides.
Conversely, the design pictured below is just one story in height. However, by extending the stone -- as well as the raised hearth -- along the wall on the right, and incorporating a built-in entertainment center, it appears to be much larger than it actually is.
The unique design that follows is, once again, by RJB Development. Note how the stone work extends along the wall to the left as it tapers to the floor.
The striking bedroom fireplace designs pictured below are by Pearson De-
sign Group. Note the large stone blocks and slabs used to create the hearth at the base of each fireplace.
The corner stone fireplace hearths that follow were also crafted for bed-
rooms -- each with a different, albeit traditional, look and feel. The design pictured at upper left, below, is by Brewster McLeod Architects. Pictured at upper right, below, is another corner hearth by Pearson Design Group. The two designs pictured in the bottom row are by BHH Partners.
The fire in the outside corner hearth that follows is visible on three sides. Designed by TKP Architects, the smooth stone tiles and contemporary flair contrast sharply with the designs pictured above.
Our last corner stone fireplace design (below) takes us to the out-of-doors. Created by members of Dry Stone Walling Across Canada (DSWAC), a group of enthusiasts dedicated to preserving and promoting dry stone (without mortar) construction techniques, it is a striking addition to its magnificent natural setting!
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