Can I make something with this old fireplace?

I have this electric fire place heater. the electrical parts are not working but it is cute I want to repurpose it but what can I do?
q can i make something with this old fireplace
  12 answers
  • FL FL on Nov 15, 2017
    I can't really see enough of your image to say for sure, but here is a page of repurposed stove images that may get your creative juices flowing:
  • D roach D roach on Nov 15, 2017
    why not, mount it on a wall as a picture?
    or.. use it in the shed/summerhouse/spare room to look like a fire but just as a focal point.
  • SandyG SandyG on Nov 15, 2017
    I would put it in the yard and either come up with a water-waterfall feature or have it as a planter. Maybe a fairy garden inside?
  • A.b29034140 A.b29034140 on Nov 15, 2017
    I know a gentleman who uses his for a nightstand.
    Seen it used as small side table in a den.

  • Hillela G. Hillela G. on Nov 16, 2017
    How about a TV stand??
  • Deellia3165 Deellia3165 on Nov 16, 2017
    I also have one of these heaters, I decorate mine for the holidays I buy mini stockings and hang them as if it were a life size looks very cute and then I store it away when I'm not using it. sorry I don't have any pictures to show you.
  • Wendy Wendy on Nov 16, 2017
    How about something like this?
  • Cindy Cindy on Nov 16, 2017
    nightstand /petbed. But the inside put nice comfy cushion inside for fido
  • Gra14304003 Gra14304003 on Nov 16, 2017
    I would build a small hearth for underneath out of scrap wood or even an old cardboard box. Reinforced underneath of course. I would cover the hearth in a 3d temp. Brick, stone, wallpaper. Its amazing how real this looks. Then maybe a smallbasket of twigs & pincecones. Purchase a couple fireplace tools from a thrift store or better yet, make your own with cardboard. Paint them gold, black, etc. Too cute and can be placed anywhere. U can even make flames and put small lights behind so the embers glow. Hope this helps. Your looking at maybe $30.00.
  • Debbie Myer Debbie Myer on Nov 17, 2017
    I have one of these. I'm painting it and taking out the inside. Putting in cute candles for a 'real' fireplace.

  • Donna Bell Donna Bell on Nov 19, 2017
    I had one of these heater fireplaces also and it also quit working so my husband went online and order the new parts for it for around $22.00 and it took about 20 to 30 minutes to fix it , that was about 8 to 9 years ago and it works like a champ still to this day. Now on the other hand if you aren't interested in fixing it, I know there are some great idea's out there for re purposing and one of my faves. would be the candles, romantic, soft and beautiful, and now they have the flame less, led battery operated ones which are beautiful with no fire danger.
  • Eroque022810 Eroque022810 on Nov 19, 2017
    If it has a glass window that you can open ,I would remove the inside faux items and paint the glass into a stain window effect. Or I live the other ideas how will you choose? The candles would look great especially different height and on auto battery powered timer. And for the holidays you can still dress them up because it won't burn. My mom has one of these I wonder if it still works. She had to return the first one. And I agree and applaud you for wanting to repurpose it because it just is homey and even turned of adds charm to a room.