Fireplaces in a bedroom are typically only common in a master bedroom and not in guest bedrooms. A bedroom fireplace adds an architectural element in the room as well as warmth.
Everyone loves to get cozy by a fireplace, and one great space is a bedroom. It isn’t necessary for all bedrooms to have a fireplace, but when designing your dream home, think of those special bedrooms that could afford having a one. Bedroom fireplaces really set the ambience in a room. They also allow you to add another architectural and interior detail design and another textural element.
There are no set rules on material finishes or styles for bedroom fireplace surrounds and overall design. I recommend that you select the materials that work with the style of your overall home and architecture. Mountain homes or ranches tend to have more than one bedroom with a fireplace. The fireplace can help with individual bedroom heat control.
Bedrooms that have fireplaces are generally a large space, which most times allows for a sitting area in front of the fireplace. Having this extra seating space, gives the homeowner or the guest an extra place to sit (rather than a bed) and helps create that cozy, warm ambience. Are you a fan of a fireplace in the bedroom?