How can I hide/disguise a wood stove sitting on a raised hearth?

L B Godbout
by L B Godbout
  5 answers
  • Hillela G. Hillela G. on Apr 12, 2017

    You can paint it to match your decor- give it a brand new look, keep us posted!

  • Karla Coombs Karla Coombs on Apr 13, 2017

    Add some castor wheels to the bottom of a five-shelf bookcase. You might need two or three of the bookcases depending on whether the woodstove is in a corner or situated in the center of the wall. Roll the bookcases in place to surround the woodstove when it is not in use. You can add books, knick-knacks or plants to make the area more useful or appealing to the eye. We did something similar to this to divide the area in a large room into two rooms... an office and a den. You can get some great deals on the bookcases buying from second-hand stores or yard sales. Good luck!

  • L B Godbout L B Godbout on May 04, 2017

    Karla, thanks for your ideas. I'll go to Habitat store this week and see if anything will fit my space.

  • David David on May 04, 2017

    You might consider purchasing a large fireplace screen, and then decorate the screen by painting a scene or a color that matches your room. Another possibility would be using window shutters, held together by hinges. I purchased several small one, and they look nice, and prevent my kitties from scratching my hifi cabinet.

  • L B Godbout L B Godbout on May 04, 2017

    I have bèn looking for some economical showers with any luck. Yes, a large fireplace screen is probably the best way to go. Thanks for your ideas.