20 Amazing Finished Basements That Have a Fireplace

Fireplaces are often a feature that many homeowners put at the top of the list as “must-haves.” Years ago, many homes had them as necessities. Today, they are not only functional features for heating your home, but they are charming; adding character and warmth to your home in different ways. While one of the most common rooms to find a fireplace is in the living room, they are also commonly found in kitchens, bathrooms, master bedrooms, and even basements. Because basements are underground, they can often feel damp and cold. A fireplace can warm your finished basement both in looks and temperature, and make it a room that you want to spend time in, even if it wasn’t a mainstream living space before. If you have a finished basement and want a way to quickly cozy-up the space, and bring some character to the room, a fireplace is an easy source. There are many different types of fireplace designs, and you may not be sure what type you should install in your basement, so here are a few of the different designs you can choose from.

Conventional style 

Conventional style fireplaces are really a “no-thrills” type of fireplace. They can have a stylish look and appeal, but keep the room looking a bit homely, if this is the overall design you already have going. The conventional style fireplace is typically built into the wall and can either be surrounded by built-in cabinets or accessorized with a television above it. It is possibly the simplest style of fireplace on the list, and is up to your personal taste as to how much or how little you choose to make it pop with your choice of décor.

Comfortable fireplace

When most people think of a fireplace, they envision a “comfortable” fireplace. This is one is not completely sealed and can be built into the wall. It is accentuated with stone or brick, and logs. This is the perfect fireplace for those who want the comfort vibe; they enjoy relaxing or reading by this type of fireplace.

Stylish fireplace

For those who love a bit of a modern look and want something that really stands out – literally, this is a fireplace that will hold its own in the room. A stylish fireplace is not set into any wall, but has a space of its own in the room. It is donned with logs and glass window all around for unobstructed views of the fire. It is classy and has a lot of character and may be one that works with your décor and taste.

Homely fireplace

Homely yet traditional, this built-in fireplace is traditional looking, with its homely look and feel. You can opt for the traditional looking trim and mantle, with the wall being what surrounds it, as opposed to brick or stone. Due to the understated look of this fireplace, it is classy, yet it does not eat up any visual square footage of the room so that your room still remains open and roomy.

If you want more ideas on fireplaces for your finished basement, here are 20 amazing finished basements that have fireplaces.

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