18 Dreamy Mountain Home Fireplaces

A collection of beautiful fireplaces, from modern to rustic, for some cozy design inspiration
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Bunkhouse Style. Photo by Audrey Hall.

Cooler temperatures in the mountains means it’s finally time to keep warm by the fireplace.

From rustic, stone-covered centerpieces to sleek modern wood burners, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite fireplaces featured in Mountain Living.

Take a peek at the cozy collection below.

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Photo by Audrey Hall

2019 Home of the Year: Alpine Chalet Chic
We couldn’t start this roundup with anything other than this stunning fireplace from our 2019 Home of the Year. This large limestone fireplace, adorned with antlers made of glass, anchors the space.

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A Super Cool Fireplace
This wood-burning beauty from Focus Fireplace, with its nautical shape and suspended flue, is striking yet subtle, and adds interest to any living space. Better yet, its pivoting hearth allows heat to be easily directed toward different areas of the room, so no one gets the cold shoulder.

Abbyfire

Photo by Audrey Hall

A Curated Cabin in Bozeman
A rugged but refined fireplace with open shelving of reclaimed wood is contrasted against contemporary furniture, including a blue chair from Kelly Wearstler, in this Montana abode.

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Photo by Jeremiah and Rachel Spray Photography

At Home in a Lookout
The sophisticated and minimalist design of this modern fireplace matches the vibe throughout this unique home. The clean lines and custom details make the space cohesive and memorable.

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Photo by Brent Bingham

A Home Built on a Historic Cattle Ranch
This Colorado home was designed to take in geologic views as well as daily ranch life. The homeowner likes to relax in the great room, sitting in her favorite sheepskin lounge chair. “I turn on the fire, get my morning coffee and just sit there,” she says.

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Photo by Whitney Kamman

A Cozy, Minimalist Home in Big Sky
A mosaic tile floor and old corral boards complement the stonework in this master bath, which shares a specially designed double-sided fireplace with the master bedroom. Talk about bathroom goals!

Fishranch Fire

Photo by Kimberly Gavin

“True Grit Western” Meets “City Girl Refined” in this Colorado Log Home Update
The open kitchen-living room with a dramatic, distinctive, double-sided fireplace makes this mountain home home ideally suited for entertaining. For a more cozy feeling, the homeowners use the smaller table next to the kitchen and close to the fireplace hearth.

Jackson Bed

Photo by Audrey Hall

A Destination at the Base of the Grand Tetons
Imagine having those views while staying warm next to the fireplace in your bedroom. Dreamy. Matching streamlined chairs offer a cozy spot to enjoy the steel fireplace in the master suite of this Wyoming abode.

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Photo by Gordon Gregory

Happy Trails
This fireplace is the stuff of rustic dreams. The great room in this Big Sky home includes an elegant fireside sitting area furnished with a pair of custom mohair-covered sofas in front of a handsome coffee table fabricated by Bausman Collection.

Tahoe Fireplace

Photo by Sinead Hastings

A Historic Lake Tahoe Home, Restored
Built in 1863 as a planing mill, the building was moved to its current location in the 1870s, where it served as a boardinghouse called the Lake Shore House. One of the white display cabinets flanking the new stone fireplace sports an exterior door for loading firewood.

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Photo by Whitney Kamman

A Cozy, Minimalist Home in Big Sky
This double-sided fireplace provides ambience and a warm glow to both master bedroom and master bath in a Montana dwelling.

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Photo by Gibeon Photography

A Chalet-Like Home, Refreshed
This stone fireplace is a warm and rustic focal point for a cozy sitting area with contemporary clean-lined seating around an antique Italian cocktail table.

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Photo by David Patterson

A Historic Telluride Victorian is Reinvented
A freestanding sculptural fireplace—a modern rendition of the old wood burner that might have graced a corner of the room—provides a warm glow, making this Colorado home a sanctuary.

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Photo by David Patterson and Kevin Dietrich

A Modern Vacation Home in Grand Lake
With those views, we wouldn’t leave this Grand Lake home! The blackened steel Vertical Arts used on the fireplace surround echoes the metal on the kitchen hood and exterior siding.

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Photo by Audrey Hall

A Mountain Home With a Veterinarian Twist
The great room in this Yellowstone Club home combines wood and stone with the softness of cashmere, hide and supple leather. The metal elk mount above the fireplace is a nod to mountain taxidermy.

Quarryfire

Photo by David O. Marlow 

A Nearly Transparent Home in Utah
This living room’s Hanging Swing Chair Aux Deux, designed by Erin Martin, and built-in bench are positioned to maximize enjoyment of the view—without blocking it. The fireplace adds a sleek vibe and warm ambiance.

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Photo by Gibeon Photography

A Sun Valley Home with SoCal Vibes
In the great room a dramatic, distinctive stone fireplace anchors the comfortable and cozy seating area. How gorgeous is this space?

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