We have completed a bit bit more transforming in our house since our huge Grasp Rest room Remodel – this time, we re-surfaced our boring ‘ol fire – giving it a Fireplace Remodel. Adding value to your private home, a modernized hearth will no longer be an eyesore you try to cover but a design feature you are proud to show-off. Be aware that with a fireplace this fabulous, it’s best to keep the mantel easy and knick-knack free. The stone fire with recovered barn-beam mantel is the point of interest of room.

Iridescent glass tiles in cool modern shades add punch to a impartial area. Ornately carved wooden makes this Mexican mantelpiece (found at a salvage store in Dallas) the focus of a colourful room. This can make maneuvering across the retailers or jacks a lot simpler once it is time to set up new supplies to the wall.

This fire surround was hand-faced by artisans at Granicrete. Designer Maria Killam, CMG, used bright orange paint around and over the fireplace here, for a bold look you can simply replicate with any favourite hue. This modest-measurement living room had plenty of potential in the beginning, apart from one main problem: The focal point in the room was a giant, lackluster fire.

After all of the cement work, we put in cultured stone, a small tiled flooring slightly below the range, and we tore out carpet and put in ceramic stone tile that looks identical to barn-wood slats. Theses pillars remodel the fireside into an elegant focus for the room and help the hearth stand out in entrance of the cabinets.

Simple travertine tile and fireside hold the deal with the fireplace, and candles in one dramatic shade of pink echo accents around the room. I removed the tile surround and drywall. In day considered one of our fire transform, our main aim is to demolish the present volcanic rock fireplace and fireside.