These fireplaces have us dreaming of cool, cozy Christmases. Despite the unseasonably warm temperatures this week, we’d be tempted to turn on the fire and settle into a chair next to one of these five luxury fireplaces.
Perhaps you’re wondering how elaborate, special or fancy a fireplace could be? It is, after all, a vehicle to convey heat in its most simple form. Well, these D-FW luxury homes demonstrate that a fireplace can be eye-catching and elaborate while keeping a room cozy and warm.
This new construction in University Park is in the works and the design is the dream of the owner. On the market for $37,500,000, the home has six bedrooms, eight full bathrooms and three half-bathrooms. Plus, you’ll find a home theater, a wellness and exercise area and a basement complete with a catering kitchen. The home has luxury materials throughout, but the fireplace in the library is important to note. The fireplace surround is made of a striking purple amethyst.
Take a look at the inside of the house and see what it looks like under construction.
Situated on Swiss Avenue, this historic home has old-world appeal and many of the original design elements have been preserved. That includes a fireplace adorned with the original Rookwood tiles. There are also leaded glass windows and light fixtures original to the home. The home has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and one half-bathroom. And here’s a bonus fireplace to note: the detached garage has an office above that was inspired by Winston Churchill’s country home, Chartwell. A fireplace on one wall of the office offers a cozy feel to this book-filled space.
Read more about the home’s history and preservation.
This Colleyville home has a classically styled design feel and an office complete with wood-paneled walls and a fireplace. The home is 9,541 square feet with four bedrooms, six bathrooms and one half-bathroom. In addition to that fireplace in the study, you’ll also find a fireplace in the main living room, a living area attached to the primary suite, in the game room and in the outdoor covered loggia.
The home sits on approximately 10 acres and has a greenhouse. Take a look.
The owners of this Dallas home designed it to reflect their memories. The couple loves traveling and history, and many of the design elements reflect a bygone era, like the design of the front door or painted tile designs. The home also has two 300-year-old fireplaces from Belgium, plus a few more fireplaces throughout. Imagine cozying up in this historic-feeling home with a historic novel. The home has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and one half-bathroom.
This Dallas condo has a blue-hued design throughout and one striking detail on the fireplace: there’s 18-karat gold leaf in the fireplace surround. The condo has two bedrooms, two bathrooms and one half-bathroom in its 1,651 square feet. It’s part of the Plaza at Turtle Creek residences. The home has luxury elements throughout, like wallpapers and fabrics used in the design.
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