Black fireplaces stands out against the stark white interiors of this Finnish lakeside retreat by Avanto Architects.
A fireplace sits in a double-height living space in this holiday home designed by Atelier Pierre Thibault. The room also features a window wall, offering views of the nearby trees and river in Quebec.
John Wardle incorporated a statement wood-burning fireplace into this zinc-clad house in Australia, which complements the warm-toned timber used to finish every wall, floor and ceiling.
A concrete fireplace and wood store act as a focal point inside this Norwegian cabin by Rever Drage Architects, which also features dark-painted walls and plywood-lined ceilings.
A black wood-burning stove contrasts with the board-marked concrete and pale timber surfaces inside this gabled house by Bernardo Bader Architekten, which sits beside a small stream in Austria.
A black globular fireplace is suspended above the floor of this Portuguese house by Atelia Data. Behind it, a wall of glazing offers views out over the Lisbon cityscape.
Expansive views of the Isle of Eigg forms the backdrop to the open-plan kitchen and living room of this house on the Isle of Skye by Dualchas Architects.
A wood-burning stove is a standout feature in the minimally furnished lounge of Moxon's 120-square-metre extension of a granite farmhouse in the Scottish Highlands.
Sanaksenaho Architects incorporated two statement wood-burning stoves into this Finnish forest dwelling, creating standout features for the generous double-height living spaces.
A white wood-burning stove warms the interiors of this house in Lithuania by Dizaino Virtue, and blends into the monochromatic interiors that match snowy forest surroundings.