8 unique fireplace designs

Alissa Ugolini—homify UK Alissa Ugolini—homify UK
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With so much choice for personalizing your home these days, fireplaces can come in a variety of shapes and sizes to suit your needs and make your home stand out from the rest. This is exactly what we've got for you today; an array of unique fireplace designs from Diligence International. 

The fireplace can be the absolute feature and focal point of a room, completely transforming the way it looks and also adding an element of cosiness; even when it's not lit! The product designers, behind these inspiring and beautiful 'Focus Fires', have clearly gone to a lot of trouble to make each one as individual and as characteristic that it is. 

Suspended firepalce

This gyrofocus suspended fireplace looks like a great black shadow reaching down from the ceiling. The character it adds to this living room is immeasurable and the jet black metallic finish chimes in well with the rustic cottage interior that we can see here. The bottom section, where the fire burns, is actually 360 degree rotatable, adding a good degree of practicality; when in different parts of the room.

Bathyscafocus open fire

The clean and sterile look of this scene makes this suspended fire place look a bit like a round bottomed flask, that one would find in a laboratory, with a warm, blazing fire inside it! A modern, chic look that accords to the modern look of this interior design- style with real character.

Magnifocus fire

The design of this fireplace is completely unique; as each model is hand crafted and has the steel ripped personally by its designer. Standing proud like a burst chimney pipe, this fireplace is one to remember.

Mezzofocus fire

This fire place in the conservatory is an absolute stunner! Imagine yourself wrapped up next to it on a cold winters day, staring into the intense reds and yellows that flicker here and there. Even for barbecuing it could offer its services- a must have! 

Magmafocus fire

Like the gyrofocus fire we saw before but not suspended, this model allows for a gas burning adaptation too! And doesn't it look fantastic in this living room.

Ifocus fire

Have you ever wanted to have a moving picture? I know I have… . Anyway, this model from Diligence International offers just that. The tall, narrow chamber of the fireplace creates suction that makes those long, licking tongues, whilst taking up very little space. Practical for those with space issues or those who like the idea of a living picture frame.

Emifocus fire

Like its brother model, the Bathyscafocus, this model is also a great option for those who don't have a great deal of space for a new installation. The product is slightly reminiscent of a bathysphere itself, adding a nice quirky touch to the design and a good focal point to the room.

Filiofocus fire

Again, a great centre piece for any room, this fireplace has a telescopic hood, that works using a system of weights and pulleys, to open and close the fire.

Whitton Drive:  Terrace house by GK Architects Ltd

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