I'm refacing an old 70's brick fireplace; covering the brick with backerboard and tile. ( I can't afford slabs of granite). I am building a painted white mantle with... See more
This appears to be mishmash of brick, rock and cement painted over in an uninspiring grey. Any ideas other than knocking it all out and starting over? FYI-it is in a... See more
We have taken a step back and removed all previous decor from our large fireplace chimney. The surface is stucco. The color, as are the walls, is Sherwin Williams B... See more
We're buying a house that has a multi-tiered fireplace with a build in wood stove and some kind of extension piece (not sure what purpose it serves). The structure do... See more
i need to fill in the gap right below my fireplace mantel. It has shifted down, so looks uneven to the wall behind it. I need to press it back against the wall, but t... See more
I find the colour of my fireplace is too pink and there are some soot marks that I can't remove completely. I was thinking about dry-brushing it in white. I was all s... See more
I need ideas for new mantle and want to get rid of floor box but can’t match bricks (too old- don’t want to replace I love them!)-sorry for the stuff on the mantl... See more
Want to fill a 1930s all metal fireplace. Needs to be sealed as well. Something with style but ... No candles.
We have a brick woodburning fireplace that we would like to convert to gas logs. We're in our 60's and chopping wood or and/or hauling wood may not be in our future. ... See more
I have a fireplace with a open arch on top of the mantel. I just did a kitchen remodel and need some advice on how to meld the 2. They are both in the same room.
Lake cabin, grey Berber carpet, blue-grey walls, white trim. This is a very narrow angled wall as you walk between living and dining room. Will not be a focal point... See more
currently red brick all the way to the ceiling. white painted wood mantle and trim around it. Home is traditional 1960s home with hardwood floors. Don't want it conte... See more
It's huge with quartz rock. I'm so afraid to tear it out, because I don't know what's behind the rock, & what to do after it's gone. The garage is on the other side.... See more
I live in a 1930's craftsman Bunglow, and I'm considering removing the drywall that is covering a huge all brick chimney in my kitchen. (The actual fireplace is in t... See more
I have a red brick fireplace that is way too large for the room. Wh?
We are remodeling our main floor. We have painted all the trim work white to match our new white cabinets. The floor is stained with the color "coffee". Everything bl... See more
It is about 7 feet wide by 6 feet tall with a suspended black tile hearth, which is a danger to children falling. The Rock is basically flat, varying from 2" pieces t... See more
We have a unique 5' wide and 10'+ high brick fireplace in our living room and cannot decide what to do about it. It is too dark and the brick goes all the way up to ... See more
I recently purchased these two beautiful mirrored chests to go on either side of my fireplace. Now the dilemma! What to put on the wall above them? I want to keep the... See more
Its the fireplace itself that I would like to change without a lot of cost. We have had the insert for a good many years, it still works, but we are on a burn day/ no... See more
This house was built in 1964. What a horrible, ugly bricks they used. Would like to paint it, the wood behind it is real good wood paneling.
We have considered the Malm fireplaces because they act like a woodstove, but you can still see the fire.