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Traditional Dining Room
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Detail, plaster (very similar to a textured drywall) fireplace surrounds are traditional
Fireplace, wrought iron and talavera tile
The fireplace is the only interest to me in this photo.....we have
Beveled fireplace opening w/ glass door
i like the idea of platters hung over fireplace in this configuration ...
the width of a fireplace. What are your plate-hanging tricks? Next: Browse more home design photos
Plaster. Common in the American Southwest, plaster (very similar to a textured drywall) fireplace surrounds are traditional in design but oh so cozy. I love dining room fireplaces!Design idea: Eliminating
Eliminating a protruding hearth on a fireplace in the dining room can free up much-needed floor space.More: See more fireplaces | 10 Ideas for a Fireplace Facelift
“tile accents” — havyn
Savvy Interiors
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Savvy Interiors
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is this a real wood burning fireplace? or gas logs?
Fireplace, could you share the dimensions and brand? Thanks!
Particularly the wall with fireplace. Thanks!
approx. how much would this fireplace cost to build?
Any danger to TV above a fireplace?
We hung our tv above our fireplace and now my husband won't
won't let me use fireplace because he said heat can damage the tv. Have you experienced any damage?
Thank you. I'm not concerned with back of tv heating up. It's heat from fireplace to screen
this is a Regency P42 gas direct vent fireplace. that style screen door is no longer available. www.regency-fire.com
“Fireplace” — cammielivingston
REFINED LLC
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Traditional Chic
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Drywall fireplace and add built in storage
I like this fireplace. It looks elegant and not rustic
Book cases on either side of fireplace
Love the mirror and fruniture next to fireplace
built-ins surrounding the fireplace
fireplace and cabinets
gray stone fireplace surround
fireplace cabinets...Fireplace sides
“Tuffed chairs” — jhardley
Underwood & Moore Int. Des. / Kelly Moore Design
Residential - Faux Painted Drywall Fireplace
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Residential - Faux Painted Drywall Fireplace
Faux Fireplace
North Star Stone
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Stone Fireplaces Before & After
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started with this drywall fireplace and the customer wanted to create a focal point and add a TV to the fireplace. The stone selected was our ledge stone in dry stack style and was installed without a mortar joint. The stone selected works perfectly with the width of the fireplace. The colors compliment
North Star Stone
42 Reviews
Stone Fireplaces Before & After
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This brand new home had a fireplace that was finished in drywall and lacked the focal point that the home needed. The floors were very dark and created a strong statement throughout the first floor. We created additional drama on the fireplace with our very textured ledge stone and no mortar joint. The
The spruce beam mantel was stained in a dark ebony to coordinate with the wood flooring. When the stone fireplace was completed, the homeowner loved the transformation. North Star Stone, Libertyville, IL
“Fireplace layout like ours” — lvmtnwo
North Star Stone
42 Reviews
Stone Fireplaces Before & After
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This beautiful fireplace in Glenview is very typical in more recently built homes were the builder is reducing costs by using an inexpensive wood surrond and covering the fireplace box in drywall. Look at the next picture for a beautiful stone fireplace. North Star Stone, Libertyville, IL
Stone Fireplaces Before & After
boring fireplace...drywall fireplace...fireplace surround...Stone fireplace
“flush mount marble hearth” — Hallie Johnson
North Star Stone
42 Reviews
Stone Fireplaces Before & After
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This brand new home had a fireplace that was finished in drywall and lacked the focal point that the home needed. The floors were very dark and created a strong statement throughout the first floor. We created additional drama on the fireplace with our very textured ledge stone and no mortar joint. The
The spruce beam mantel was stained in a dark ebony to coordinate with the wood flooring. When the stone fireplace was completed, the homeowner loved the transformation. North Star Stone, Libertyville, IL
“Cool!” — Chad Vargo
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