10 Tiled Fireplaces That'll Give Your Living Room Life

Wake me up inside!

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Courtesy of Tessa Neustadt

Wood fireplaces are classic, and marble is insanely chic, but it's time to consider tile. Just like you would backsplash your kitchen, you can use tile to create a "backsplash" on your fireplace panels, or go all out and tile the whole thing, if you want to really make a statement. Color, pattern, texture — nothing is off limits. Keep calm and tile on.

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1 Black, Like Your Soul
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Courtesy of Tessa Neustadt

A black tiled fireplace helps ground an otherwise light and airy room. For max impact, tile all the way from the floor to ceiling.

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2 Mosaic Magic
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Courtesy of Erin Gates Design

Tiny mosaic tiles make this fireplace feel almost like it's sparkling. Even though it's neutral, the design helps the fireplace pop.

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3 Go Boho or Go Home
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Courtesy of Tessa Neustadt

It's like your favorite patterned rug turned into a fireplace, and we're so here for it. If you don't want it to overpower your room, choose a light color, like blue.

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4 Tuxedo
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Courtesy of Sheep & Stone Design

Is this not the chicest fireplace you've ever seen? Install white tile on the panels of your fireplace, and paint the body black for a sleek and sexy fireplace.

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5 Cool & Coastal
Sara Gilbane fireplace
Paul Costello

If you've got a beach house, you need to try tiling your fireplace blue and white, obvi. Top your mantel with shelves to really go all out with it.

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6 Turn Up For Terracotta
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Courtesy of Tessa Neustadt for Emily Henderson Designs

Terracotta tiles look insanely gorg in Spanish-style house. They're full of hacienda charm, but can also work with more rustic, earthy decor.

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7 Modern Meets Farmhouse
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Courtesy of Sugar & Cloth

A modern-style shiplap makes a clean-tiled fireplace feel more cozy, less stark. Choose a mix of varying grays or neutrals to make the fireplace feel less monochromatic.

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8 Home On The Range
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Courtesy of Rip & Tan

Stone tiles with animal paintings and etchings add a ranch vibe to a living room. Decorate with woods and natural textures to keep the theme going.

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9 Paint It Black
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Courtesy of Zeke Ruelas for Emily Henderson Designs

We get it if black scares you, but you don't have to avoid it completely. Keep your fireplace white, then just tile your panels in black. Baby steps.

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10 Gimme Moor
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David A. Land

The mosaic Moroccan tiles are the focal point of this blue-and-white living room. They add an exotic touch to a beach house.

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