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5 Ways to Use Natural Stone for a Show-Stopping Fireplace

by | Dec 23, 2019 |

Reprinted with permission from Aria Stone Gallery

Natural stone fireplace facades remain one of the most trendy styles of design no matter where you roam. Whether these clad fireplaces stem from the utilization of leftover stone material or the grand idea of a massive quadmatched feature wall, we can promise a cozy fireplace will never fail to pull together your home. So grab a coffee, cozy up to your fireplace and read on to experience 5 of the most extravagant and unique natural stone fireplaces we’ve ever seen.


1. Quadmatched Silver Wave Fireplace

The only way we can describe this fireplace is graphic, dramatic and all-around breathtaking. Four gigantic slabs of Silver Wave marble crafted into a quadmatch creates a head-turning and mind-blowing art form inside an already gorgeous living room. Truly a mantle fit for a king.

Silver Wave marble. Photo courtesy of Aria Stone Gallery.


2. Symmetrical Grigio Italia Marble Fireplace

Rich shades of grey and undertones of violet combined with perfect 45-­degree movement give this Grigio Italia marble bookmatched fireplace a classy appeal. The intricate patterns and veining throughout this sleek marble add depth and dimension, and you really can’t go wrong with black and white.

Grigio Italia marble. Photo courtesy of Aria Stone Gallery.


3. Viridescent Verde Aurora Diamond Match Fireplace

This stunning Verde Aurora marble feature fireplace sports a rich, green diamond match, flawlessly cladding the entire wall. An epitome of sophisticated elegance, this earthy treasure is the centerpiece of the home and a beautiful example of using pop color in interior design. We are positively green with envy!

Verde Aurora marble. Photo courtesy of Aria Stone Gallery.


4. Classic Calacatta Extra Marble Fireplace

This bookmatched Calacatta Extra fireplace might seem small, but it definitely packs a punch. Located directly across from a mirrored bookmatch feature wall and bar, this elongated mantle ties together all major focal points in the home and is a creative use of leftover material. A classic and simple, yet detail-oriented design to say the least.

Calacatta Extra marble. Photo courtesy of Aria Stone Gallery.


5. Fabulous Fior Di BoscoMarbleFireplace

A luxurious marble tower of grays and browns, this Fior Di Bosco fireplace is nothing short of dazzling. Residing in a living room brimming with sparkling chandeliers and traditional furniture, we absolutely love how this fireplace adds a touch of warmth and ties the space together.

Fior di Bosco marble. Photo courtesy of Aria Stone Gallery.