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Amalarie Black 64 in. Console with Electric Fireplace
Amalarie Black 64 in. Console with Electric Fireplace
Oak Creek 62" Fireplace TV Stand
Oak Creek 62" Fireplace TV Stand
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Lirrington Stainless Steel Electric Fireplace
Lirrington Stainless Steel Electric Fireplace
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Lyndon Fireplace
Lyndon Fireplace
$1,049.98$1,312.48
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Clermont White Electric Fireplace
Clermont White Electric Fireplace
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Griswold Fireplace Screen
Griswold Fireplace Screen
$168.30$198.00
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Finley 70" White Fireplace TV Stand
Finley 70" White Fireplace TV Stand
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Avery Loft Black 84" Fireplace TV Stand
Avery Loft Black 84" Fireplace TV Stand
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Justin Fireplace
Justin Fireplace
$749.98$937.48
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Buck Brown 78" Fireplace TV Stand
Buck Brown 78" Fireplace TV Stand
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$1,199.99$1,620.00
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Cardington Black Base Electric Fireplace
Cardington Black Base Electric Fireplace
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Gordon 58" Whitewash TV Stand with Fireplace
Gordon 58" Whitewash TV Stand with Fireplace
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Ronin 69" Whitewash TV Stand with Fireplace
Ronin 69" Whitewash TV Stand with Fireplace
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Burkhard Espresso 59 in. Console with Electric Fireplace
Burkhard Espresso 59 in. Console with Electric Fireplace
Media Fireplace
Media Fireplace
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It’s a cold, winter evening at home, but something is missing from your dream setup: the warm glow and crackling comfort of a fire lit within a fireplace. Don’t worry—you can still make this vision a reality by adding this heating element to the room. With several different styles and features to choose from, it can be confusing to find the right fireplace for you; that’s why we’re here to help. Read on to learn more about shopping for a fireplace.


Before You Buy


Whether you’ll be installing a new fireplace into the wall, using an insert in an existing hearth, or looking for a free-standing iteration, you’ll want to ensure you have the correct measurements of the wall or hearth. Also consider the relative size of the room—a fireplace that’s too big in a small room may generate too much heat, while a fireplace that’s too small in a larger room may not generate enough to keep you warm.


Types of Fireplaces


There are more ways than one to incorporate a fireplace into your home; not all will require having a pre-existing hearth.


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F.A.Q.

What types of fireplaces are available?

There are many types of fireplaces to suit every room and taste. Here are three popular designs: 

  1. Built-in fireplaces: These units are inserted directly into walls to save space and have a sleek, modern look. However, they may require professional installation. 


  1. Stove fireplaces: These are free-standing appliances designed for indoor use. They’re often made from cast iron or steel and add a cozy touch to any room


  1. Wall-mount fireplaces: These are hung on the wall like paintings. You can easily install one of these appliances with simple mounting brackets and basic tools. If you decide to redecorate, you can also move a wall-mounted fireplace to another room. 


Fireplaces also use different kinds of fuel. Traditional wood fireplaces burn logs to produce heat and are safe to use with proper venting. Other fireplaces use electricity or gas. 

What fireplaces work outdoors?

Look for fireplaces designed specifically for outdoor use. These options are typically more durable than indoor fireplaces because they’re built to last in the elements. 


Many people prefer a simple and affordable wood-burning fire pit. These are typically made from concrete or metal and may have a spark guard to contain embers. A wood-burning fire pit has an open flame so that you can build bonfires and roast smores with your loved ones. 


Outdoor wood fireplaces differ from pits as they have vertical chimneys to vent smoke and heat. They are typically made from brick or stone.


Outdoor gas fireplaces burn natural gas or propane. They’re made from various materials, such as stone, stucco, or steel. These fireplaces don’t require vents and have simple controls to regulate the heat.

What fireplaces are best for indoors?

The best indoor fireplaces heat your home safely and efficiently. There are several options depending on your space and preferences. 


Fireplace inserts are one of the top choices. They fit inside an existing wood fireplace and are an easy way to modernize your home. They’re fueled by gas, electricity, wood, or wood pellets. 


Free-standing electric fireplaces are another popular choice. They don’t create smoke or require venting. Many models also have adjustable heat settings, so you can control how much warmth they produce. They're an excellent option for people who want minimal setup.