A double sided fireplace is very versatile as it can be installed anywhere in a home. Many designers and architects alike choose to give such fireplace a more important role by placing it centrally. Aside from being able to distribute the heat efficiently, it’s also ideal as a room divider. Let’s see how a double sided fireplace works as a room divider!
Nicolas Tye Architects designed this double sided fireplace as a room divider in Knutsfor House. It has a clean look of stacked stone complete with a stand-alone column that acts as a floor to ceiling log holder.
Snook Architects installed a void on the side of the fireplace. The vertical void functions as wood storage but it’s also great for room divider just as you can see from this picture.
This Estudio Galera design showcases asymmetry look by establishing two distinctive cubes; one for the fire and another one for wood.
If you opt for minimalist design, this idea from I29 Interior Architects would be ideal for you. The team designed a fireplace as a room divider with clear and minimalist finished pine plywood façade. Although it’s simple in design, the fireplace still looks stunning.
Known for their ‘eco glam’, Kolenik Eco Chic Design used this double sided fireplace to help divide the rooms, though you can still see the other room through the glass. The aesthetic and elegant design of the fireplace makes an awesome room divider.
You probably have seen a lot of fireplaces combined with media centers. But how about the function is triple as a room divider as well? This gorgeous fireplace cum room divider would be a perfect example of that.
A double sided glass fireplace like this will keep a visual connection between two spaces regardless of them being separated from each other.
The tiled fireplace designed by Cindy Rendely Architexture makes a showstopper in your home. The traditional brick pattern still exists but it was modernized with the tiles.