From traditional to modern inspired styles, there’s no question that gas fireplaces are evolving into multi-dimensional works of art. We’ve taken a look at some growing trends with gas fireplace designs and selected a few of our favorites that have caught our eye.
For traditional-styled fireplaces
, realism is the name of the game and leading manufacturers like Heat & Glo
are focusing on adding even more realistic features like enhanced flame appearance, realistic logs, glowing embers, and accent lighting. The Heatilator Novus NXT
and the Heat & Glo 6000 Series
gas fireplaces so closely replicate real wood-burning fireplaces, its hard to tell the difference!
Heatilator Novus NXT
Heat & Glo 6000
From a contemporary and modern-style perspective, homeowners, architects and home builders have warmed up to fireplaces as “fire-art,” complete with lustrous flames and clean designs. The Heat & Glo Cosmo
and RED Series
are great examples, with their linear flames and multiple choices for fronts.
Looking for a statement piece? Then you will love the Heat & Glo Solaris
. This circular fireplace features razor burn technology and sleek flames that appear to dance into infinity. This fireplace is a show-stopper!
Heat & Glo RED Series
Heat & Glo Solaris
For creating a robust, contemporary living space both inside and outside of the home, the Heat & Glo Twilight
is your fireplace. The Twilight is the world's first indoor and outdoor see-thru fireplace that allows you to add the warmth and beauty of a clean burning fireplace to two living spaces at once.
Interested in creating a chic outdoor living room? Then the Carolina fireplace
is for you. This beautiful, fully featured gas fireplace will be the focal point of any outdoor living space with its custom finish capabilities and realistic fire.
Heat & Glo Twilight II
Heat & Glo Carolina
Whatever your style, there is sure to be a gas fireplace that will fit perfectly within your unique home. Be sure to check out our post titled Lower Heating Bills and Increase Efficiency
to learn more about the financial benefits of adding a gas fireplace to your home.