When my husband and I purchased our home three years ago, it was an outdated mess, but it had great bones and a floor plan we loved. If a contemporary look is what you’re after, consider metallic colors like a stainless steel for your fireplace remodeling project. Count on our fireplace & stove professionals and the specialty subcontractors we partner with to deliver the fireplace upgrade of your dreams without the stress or headache of a DIY job.
Simple remodeling like paint touch ups or installing a new mantle piece are easy to do and this can drastically change the appearance of an old fireplace and it’s also a great way to save money! Before, this fireplace was bland and left the homeowners bored with its lack of aesthetic design.
He used a paint around the fireplace brought out some of the warmth in the tile. The typical Fireplace Remodeling project involves tasks that are best performed by experienced professionals. Many newer homes and condos have ones that are built directly into the wall and great remodel ideas start with adding a mantel or surround to bring more attention to the area.
When I got about half way up the sides of the fireplace I realized that I needed the top of the stones needed to be even with the top of the fireplace. From creating a raised hearth to installing stone veneer or tile on surrounding walls, wood, gas, and pellet stoves can benefit from a custom treatment, too.
Choosing the stone best suited to your project means you will enjoy your stone for many years. In this focal fireplace by architect Jim Rill, Pennsylvania flagstone distinguishes the fireplace surround and floor, and the mantel and trim are made of clear fir to complement the mission-style furniture and exposed beam ceiling beautifully.