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18 Outstanding Rustic Living Room Ideas That Have Cozy Fireplaces

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Stacked stone can elevate your rustic living room and bring it to the next level, creating a wonderful focal point that provides both warmth and ambiance. The natural look of stone creates an organic and cozy feel in your home. The fireplace is a great conversation area, where you can gather with loved ones or just lounge with a cup of your favorite hot beverage and watch TV or read a good book. If you already have a fireplace and wish to revamp it or if you are planning a new home, we have put together a fabulous collection for you.

With the fall and winter season rapidly approaching, it is time to think about bringing inviting warmth into your home with these stacked stone fireplace ideas. Have a look below and prepare to get inspired!

Tell Us: Which one of these rustic living room ideas most inspired you and why in the Comments below!

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1. This mountain-style home in Aspen, Colorado features soaring ceilings with exposed wood beams and a dramatic stacked stone fireplace. Large windows frame views of the rugged mountain landscape. (via MHK Architecture and Planning)

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2. A rustic Colorado timber frame home features a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace that adds warmth and drama to this living room. See the rest of this spectacular home here: Tour this stunning rustic timber frame cabin in Steamboat Springs. (via M.T.N Design)

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3. The fireplace wall is stone – Travertine Ledger Stone in color Silver. The fireplace is by Heat N Glo Model Cosmo Linear Gas Fireplace SLR-B. The mantel and shelves were custom fabricated. Grounding this cozy living room space is an area rug by Surya โ€” Artist Studio ART-231 Hand Tufted New Zealand Wool Geometric Area Rug, 8-Feet by 11-Feet. The wall paint color is SW 7066 Gray Matters from Sherwin-Williams. (via State Street Interiors)

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4. A mountain home in Windham, New Hampshire features a modern, rustic ski lodge aesthetic. The living room was designed to be family-friendly with an abundance of nostalgic warmth. The hearth features a glass-back fireplace, allowing guests to see through to the master bedroom. The decor is rustic and nature-inspired, with an abundance of leather, wood, and bone elements, tied together will sleek, modern elements like the blue velvet armchair. (via Kathy Kuo Designs)

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5. The fireplace is a Town and Country, while the stacked stone is “Coopers Mine” sourced through Materials Marketing in Denver, CO. The base of the fireplace and cabinets is a Pennsylvania Blue Stone with a Flamed finish. The corners are mitered, so they appear to be solid blocks. All the wood trim is Rustic Cherry. The stain is custom. The custom sofas are by Regal, upholstered in Pollack fabric, accented with side pillows in a Kravet Fabric โ€” pattern is Wind Chime. The reclining swivel chairs are by IMG-Norway.

Note: There is a recess behind the television set that allows for the television to lie flat against the stone when it’s not being used. The recess is also finished with the same stone veneer as the fireplace surround, so when it is pulled out on the articulating bracket, you see the same material. (via West Elevation Architects)

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6. In a beautiful Montana mountain home, this gorgeous rustic living room features soaring wood beam ceilings. Expansive windows frame breathtaking views. A corner stacked stone fireplace offers warmth and ambiance. See the rest of this amazing home here: Rustic chic mountain home in the Rocky Mountain foothills. (via Pearson Design Group)

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7. A retreat in Whitefish, Montana features this cozy and intimate living room with a floor-to-ceiling fireplace. A patchwork area rug adds texture and warmth. (via Big Mountain Builders)

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8. This custom lodge-style home in the resort community of Caldera Springs, Oregon features custom light fixtures, timber accents, and natural stone treatments. The fireplace stone is called “Highlands” from Telluride Stone, full veneer. The fireplace mantel is old railroad trestles that were purchased outside of Salem, OR. The chandeliers are by Kalco Lighting. The base color of the wall is SW #7694 Dromedary Camel and a faux artist put a glaze over it. The stain on the wood trim is a Pecan with a dark glaze over it. The ottoman and the candlesticks were purchased at The Las Vegas Design Center. The flooring is a character grade hickory. (via Patty Jones Design)

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9. A mountain home in Colorado features this rustic living room with a massive stacked stone fireplace. A large leather sectional provides ample space for gathering around the fireplace. The wall paint color is HC-172 | Revere Pewter – Benjamin Moore. Check out the rest of this incredible home here: Rustic ranch house with a bike barn in Colorado: HandleBar Ranch. (via Best Custom Homes)

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10. A handcrafted log home in Jackson Hole, Wyoming features this stunning great room with a massive floor-to-ceiling moss rock fireplace. (via M.T.N Design)

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11. A Big Sky, Montana home cozy living room with tall ceilings, wood trusses, and a stone fireplace as the focal point. A wall of glazing captures views of the snow-capped peaks. See the rest of this gorgeous home here: Modern-rustic home set amidst the grandeur of the Rocky Mountains. (via Lohss Construction)

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12. Located among rolling Vermont hills, a farmhouse features this rustic and cozy living room. The space is highlighted by a large stone fireplace constructed from reclaimed native Vermont stone. Reclaimed barn board creates ceiling coffers and the fireplace mantle. (via Kirley+ Architecture)

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13. A modern rustic refined ranch house in South Carolina is decked out with this inviting living room painted in SW7508 Tavern Taupe – Sherwin Williams. The trim color is SW7049 Nuance – Sherwin Williams. The fireplace is a dry stack stone with mortar, from the outside of the house, it’s an Owens Corning Bucks County Southern Ledgestone. Mendota is the fireplace manufacturer. The leather sectional sofa and ottoman are from Bernhardt Furniture. The chairs are from Stanford Furniture. (via Copper Leaf Interior Design Studio)

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14. This amazing rustic living room in Big Sky, Montana features gorgeous views through floor-to-ceiling windows. The space is characterized by polished concrete floors and raised wood ceilings. A two-sided stone fireplace is shared with the step-down dining room. See the rest of this beyond fabulous home here: This breathtaking Rocky Mountain hideaway is an absolute dream house. (via Pearson Design Group)

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15. This northern Arizona home pays homage to prairie-style architecture. This exquisite living room boasts hand-formed cedar beams, laser-cut steel fasteners, and a rugged stacked stone veneer fireplace. this home is the ideal northern Arizona getaway. (via Drewett Works)

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16. A mountain home in North Carolina features a wall of windows with beautiful sweeping vistas over the treetops. The wall paint color of this living room is Sherwin Williams Relaxed Khaki. Furnishings are arranged around the stacked stone fireplace, giving an overall rustic, natural feel. (via Kevin Carpenter Interiors)

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17. A reclaimed barn wood and timber frame lake house in Montana features this inviting living room for gathering. The fireplace used real 6″ thick stone dry stacked, locally sourced in the Swan Valley, Montana area. It is a version of moss rock. The firebox is 36″x36″ true masonry. The small 5×7 area rug is from Pangaea Carpets. See the rest of this beautiful home here: Rustic-modern barn in the beautiful Swan Mountain Range. (via RMT Architects)

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18. In this beautiful North Carolina living room, the fireplace stone is Tennessee Field Stone in varying sizes. The hearth is around 17″ and the top of the mantel is approximately 70″. The mantel is a piece of “reclaimed” antique beam. The lanterns on the mantel are custom-made by Hammerton, with real mica “glass”.  The wall and ceiling feature a glazing technique done by a local decorative painter โ€” Spirit of Decor. The general dimensions are 23′ long x 18′ wide at the widest points and the ceiling height is about 19′. (via Ambiance Interiors)

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