DIY Rustic Fireplaces

Jun 4th

A fireplace is a focal point in a room decorating to fit the design of the room will help set the tone for the rest of the space. To create a country look in a room with rustic fireplaces, accentuate this architectural element with rustic details. Use elements that will give the piece a natural, time spent to pop it, which adds even more attractive to the fireplace. Cover the fireplace surround and hearth with natural materials. Pieces of slate will add a natural look to the rustic fireplaces and give a touch from the outside in.

Rustic fireplaces for livingroom
Rustic fireplaces for livingroom

Paint the fireplace surround. Choose a natural color, such as brown, sage or slate, and apply it to the surface of the shell. Once the paint dries, add to the rustic look about him sanding with fine sandpaper grain paint to give a look of time-worn.

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Add a new mantle. Should offer a rustic fireplace mantle has a natural look. Buy a mantle of stone and installed on or above the fireplace mantle to cover its existing river stone or slate, using mortar to keep the material in place. Dress up the decorative rustic fireplaces with rustic accessories to complete the transformation. Establish clay vases and boat along the upper mantle.