224,351 drywalled fireplace Home Design Photos

Schrader & Companies
11 Reviews
Family Room
Ideabooks5,214
Questions10
Fireplace 'Condom' might be a good way to create a mantle
Wood cover on the fireplace exterior
White hutch and fireplace
drywall only arch...Fireplace and flow
“trim to arches” — mcwillie
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Habitat Studio
14 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks801
Questions4
Beautiful space! What kind of fireplace did you use?
If it's a gas fireplace, what material did you use surrounding it? Thanks!
How far is the bottom of the fireplace glass from the floor ?
for 18" to the underside of the fireplace unit. The hearth acts as supplementary seating in the space.
There is a stainless steel strip applied on the underside of the drywall bump-out above the fireplace to protect against the heat. Montigo
Montigo, Valor L2, and the Marquis Grand Infinite are all fireplace models with a similar look.
Thanks for the reply. So this fireplace does not need any non-combustible materials around it? Which brand/make of a fireplace is it? Thanks!
like floor - low profile fireplace…here the tile / wood transition is not to bad
“the back piping on this sofa rocks!” — dyingui
Positive Space Staging + Design, Inc.
7 Reviews
1st Avenue
Ideabooks14,162
Questions15
Where did you get the picture above the fireplace?
Is that ceiling done strictly with drywall?
looking to redo my fireplace surround. this looks perfect. i can't tell what stone is used though. please advise. thanks!
The picture above the fireplace was purchased at a store in Canada called Home Sense. It is similar to Home Goods in the United States. It is a decor clearance store (and a favorite
Look at wall color rug and stone for fireplace and pic over fireplace
Simplicity of the fireplace, modern living space
“Like the wall color and ceiling design” — froggy1421
Jeff Luth - Soldano Luth Architects
3 Reviews
interior 1
Ideabooks597
Questions0
for a standout kitchen. But I'm drawn to the cut in the drywall ceiling that exposes the wood rafters above.
Exposed beams in ceiling with drywall closed off on either side.
I like how it seems like the drywall ceiling is hiding this nice wood beam ceiling and it's being revealed over the kitchen.
drywall ceiling with can lights and a runway of open rafters
This house has a high level of custom finishes, making for a standout kitchen. But I'm drawn to the cut in the drywall ceiling that exposes the wood rafters above.
“Avec muret vitré qui se ferme après la cuisson ou si nécessaire” — stau
Specht Harpman Architects
2 Reviews
New Canaan Residence
Ideabooks14,770
Questions7
caught earlier.Substandard drywalling can cause a whole host of problems at the finishing stage, not the least of which is uneven tile, because the tile contractors can’t get a straight line to adhere tile. Problems that may not be very apparent when looking at a whole wall of drywall under construction lighting
to fix another’s mistakes. We had one client who didn’t elect to procure our construction management services. He had to bring in a second team of drywall contractors near the end of the project to fix the poor job done by the initial subcontractors, who wouldn’t come back to fix areas that weren’t up
“What a window!” — vp101
Meadowbank Designs
9 Reviews
Family Room with French Doors
Ideabooks16,661
Questions20
Moulding, Drywall, Trim; Paint same color
Install a thin piece of trim several inches below your existing crown moulding. Paint the drywall area between
Here's one of my favorite tricks: Install a thin piece of trim several inches below your existing crown moulding. Paint the drywall area between the two trim pieces the same color and finish as the trim. The bulkier your trim molding, the pricier it looks.
favorite tricks: Install a thin piece of trim several inches below your existing crown moulding. Paint the drywall area between the two trim pieces the same color and finish as the trim. The bulkier your trim molding, the pricier it looks.
Here's one of my favorite tricks: Install a thin piece of trim several inches below your existing crown moulding. Paint the drywall area between the two trim pieces the same color and finish as the trim. The bulkier your trim molding, the pricier it looks.
“Like chest” — jwt5
David Vandervort Architects
5 Reviews
Lopez Island Residence
Ideabooks7,087
Questions7
kindly describe how exactly these windows were trimmed, including details as to size and type of wood used, in addition to stain used. Also, is there a drywall reveal exposed along edge? If so, please describe. I look forward to your response. Thank you so much.
How far out does the wood liner extend past the drywall. Gorgeous window finish!
Vandervort Architects Hello. The windows are Milgard metal with a site built wood liner. The 3/4" liner material extends beyond the face of the drywall and the drywall simply butts to it. I believe this was mahogany with a natural finish.
Hello. The windows are Milgard metal with a site built wood liner. The 3/4" liner material extends beyond the face of the drywall and the drywall simply butts to it. I believe this was mahogany with a natural finish.
“Windows” — mattyeend
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
fifties split
Ideabooks54,472
Questions25
Make drywall beams look like wood
How do you make drywall beams look like wood
illuminate options. In the case of the project in this image, there were no drywall beams, but rather a dropped drywall ceiling clad with bamboo flooring. To clad the soffit, we screwed furring strips through the drywall to the joists above, and then used bamboo flooring, glued to the furring strips
Good question. Generally speaking, you can "wrap" drywalled beams with wood material. But the devil is in the details, and a good recommendation is hard to offer without knowing more information about what
“layout” — Melissa Wilding
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