Stacked Stone Fireplace Mantel

Stacked Stone Fireplace Mantel

Hearth mantels are able to add a great deal of individuality to a room with a hearth. Unfortunately though, not all rooms with fireplaces come with prebuilt mantels. You are able to easily and quickly treat this, nonetheless, by picking up an excellent set of hearth mantel plans and put together one on your own. When developing a mantel, it is important to have a look at the decor in the remainder of the home. If at all possible, you will have to complement the wood type with that of the wood of structural look of the home of yours or perhaps accompanying furniture. Some of the more usual sorts of wood used to create mantels with are pine, cherry, and oak. Obviously, the choice of yours of wood will in addition be largely dependent on the budget of yours for the project as well.

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Stacked Stone Fireplace Mantel

 

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in case your current mantel does not have adequate color for you, or even even if you just want something new, you can change the full aesthetic of any room by changing out the mantel of yours. You are able to find new mantels in any home improvement center or maybe even at an auction or perhaps estate sale. You can buy a wonderful antique fireplace mantel that will give your room a traditional look or maybe you can find a granite or perhaps marble fireplace mantel which can provide your room an updated and contemporary look. The inclusion of stone or perhaps brick can also replace the overall look of the fireplace mantel of yours. Perhaps even tiles can provide an old hearth an excellent facelift. Hearth mantels are a means of giving the bedroom personality of yours so have a look at your mantel and find out what you are able to change today.

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34 Beautiful Stone Fireplaces That Rock – Bring The Rusticity

 

34 Beautiful Stone Fireplaces That Rock