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Ready for the second part of this build?! Keep reading to see how I recreated the look of a cast stone fireplace on a budget. This part entailed a lot of trial and error, but where there's a will, there's a way! In case you missed Part 1 of this fireplace build, you can catch up here. The Fireplace: Tools and Materials (6) 1x12 pine boardsMiter sawKreg jig1 1/4' pocket screwsWood glueRight angle clampsGalvanized steel framing studsGalvanized Steel High-Hat Furring Channel (optional)Metal…
Gerrit Van Daalen saved to Fireplace
Note: This is the first of a two part series. The second piece is here:Fireplace Mantel Surrounds pt 2 As you can tell from my other Hubs, I am really into product and design ideas to enhance the beauty of the home. I've written about kitchen...
Nancy Horne saved to Living Room ideas
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Cara Inman saved to New Home Ideas
A complete fireplace makeover. We cleaned the gas logs, removed the soot, and added a little paint inside. Our fireplace looks amazing now! Step one covers everything we did to get the fireplace emptied.
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Everett Schram saved to Fireplaces
Whether you have a small gas fireplace or a massive stone wood-burning hearth, fireplaces are versatile design elements that we love!
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Alright here we go, the last installment of this fireplace build! To recap, here are parts 1 and 2: Tiling The Hearth Building The Mantel and Fireplace Surround Now we can focus on the area above the fireplace. I really wanted to build that area out to give it some dimension and to create a single focal point. Prior to this, we had an ugly TV unit on one wall and our fireplace on the other. It was mostly just a matter of framing out the area with 2x4s and adding drywall. The TV Bumpout…
Brandon Ruelle saved to Home decor
Hello! I hope you are having a great week!! I wanted to give you an update on the house we are building because there has …
Anita Hsieh saved to Fireplace
If you have a fireplace that cannot function or won't be used, you also have a problem: What to do with that leftover space–a space that's not exactly designed for anything else. Fortunately, homeowners have some truly creative ways to use their hearths, even if it isn't for a cozy fire. Here are our favorites. Note: If you won't be using your fireplace again, remember to fully close and seal it to prevent drafts, dust, bugs, virds and other critters from entering your home!
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