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An old 2.5 meter, stone Dalle de Bourgogne table houses the buffet outdoors in this house in Los Angeles. Peter Dunham designed the wrought iron furniture in a neoclassical style around the fireplace, and a huge workbench welcomes the entire space.
Photo: Victoria PearsonA fresco room
This single apartment earns points thanks to this outdoor lounge with TV over the fireplace. Guests can sit on the couch Provence or teak armchairs St. Barts, both from Restoration Hardware.
Photo: Victoria PearsonFlames with gas
Matthew Quinn chose a comfortable outdoor gas fireplace for the porch, to heat the space on the cooler nights. The jugs shaped like jugs of olive oil are from Ballard Designs.
Photo: Trevor TondroFireplace as a backdrop
Outdoor kitchens should add style to your garden, not subtract. "You have to forget about stainless steel outside," according to Sandy Koepke, author of this space. "We put the appliances out of sight and in front, a beautiful outdoor fireplace."
Photo: Reed DavisMinimalist fireplace
Simplicity can be key to adding style to your garden. In a Japanese-inspired house, the chairs Blackman cross They face a simple but sculptural fireplace.
Photo: Amy NeunsingerFire pit
Even without a fireplace, this bonfire is the ideal meeting place in this house. The firewood is stacked under the benches, and the speakers are integrated between the stones.
Photo: Francesco LagneseA fireplace on the porch
The fireplace made this porch the most popular room in this holiday home. Decorator Jane Hawkins Hoke chose Army green Benjamin Moore for the door and the floor, but it is the dovecote over the fireplace that attracts all eyes.
Photo: Annie SchlechterA bowl of flame
Even the smallest gardens can enjoy a warm fire. In this holiday shelter, the family spends fresh evenings around this bonfire.
Photo: Victoria PearsonA bonfire by the lake
Guests at this New York home can enjoy the sunsets in style. If the flames of this stone bonfire do not generate enough heat, cozy blankets do the rest.
Photo: James MerrellExtra large fireplace
"What a cozy place to relax with a glass of wine!" Says interior designer Jean Larette about this outdoor lounge. Designed by architect Marshall Schneider, the imposing fireplace heats the chairs For you by Carlos Motta.
Photo: Reed DavisColorful tiles
David Dalton was inspired by the style of this 1920 estate, decorating the fireplace on the porch with Talavera tiles customized by Mission Tile West. Sunbrella's outdoor curtains make the living room covered all year.
Photo: Lisa RomereinPorch with fireplace
When temperatures rise too high, ceiling fans cool this beautiful porch designed by Markham Roberts. A teak sofa and restored armchairs are located in front of the fireplace for cooler evenings.
Photo: Thomas LoofIndependent fireplace
Summer dinners will be magical next to a crackling fire. With the table oriented at an angle, guests can sit near or away from the fireplace.
Photo: Reed DavisRooftop fireplace
The main rooftop attraction of this apartment in New York? The black chimney, of course. "We have organized many parties there," says architect and homeowner Gray Davis.
Photo: Melanie AcevedoBrick chimney
Designer Tobi Tobin imitated a period fireplace by renovating the patio of this house. The brick actually came from an old house. The candle lamp, which can be raised and lowered by a pulley attached to a tree, adds a very special atmosphere.
Photo: Karyn R. MilletOutdoor lounge
"I wanted it to look like we had removed the furniture from inside the house," says Martyn Lawrence Bullard about this garden. Upholstered sofas and armchairs with fabrics Perennials, and then placed the seats deluxe Around an elegant fireplace.
Photo: Tim Street-PorterStone fireplace
For the sunniest days, the long curtains of Janus et Cie shade this porch in Southampton. The designer Vicente Wolf chose minimalist furniture to frame the stone fireplace.
Photo: Eric PiaseckiChimney in the mountain House Beautiful
Snuggle up next to the fire and enjoy the Appalachian mountains in this house. The architect Ruard Veltman designed the wooden and metal furniture.
Photo: Eric PiaseckiPatio fireplace
Enjoying will be easy in this house designed by Katie and Jason Maine. McKinnon and Harris fiber sofas frame the fireplace, with Michael Taylor capitals as coffee tables.
Photo: Victoria PearsonFireplace by the pool
After a dip in the pool, in this house, you can dry yourself in the heat of the fire. The blue cushions are from Sunbrella, the outdoor furniture from Sutherland, and the cushions with China Seas' Flores II print.
Photo: Nelson Hancock
Via: House Beautiful US