When we’re young, the fireplace and its cloak were crucial to many of our home’s major events. In the living room around the fireplace, there were family movies, home time, and the general links with our parents and siblings and now we have a house with our own children. That’s why I always wanted to make our own beautiful coat. After all, it always seems more pleasing to make anything yourself than to wear what is already in place or buy anything created in a store. You’re not shocked to find, therefore, that we’ve spent a lot of time looking for great DIY fireplaces and accumulating ideas.
1. Mantel shelf for the fireplace on the wall
Does your house have a type of built-in fireplace that fits flush without a coat on the walls and you can’t help but feel like you can’t do the space without disrupting the images without having a completely framed fireplace frame. Perhaps you would rather follow this lesson from Her Tool Belt, which makes a floating robe above the fireplace by building a wood shelf!
2. Simple fireplace makeover for under normal budget
Are your first big home improvements on a very limited budget and are you looking for something very doable and affordable? Believe you will like the method in which Hometalk shows you how to utilize fireplace shops to fit your unique style and design, without going above the $100 price tag!
3. Easy board shelf, easy DIY.
If you truly took your eyes to the concept of building a floating shell of a shelf, but the polished, strengthened piece shown above did not fit your rustic aesthetic slightly better, this is another possibility for your consideration! This is another one! Remington Avenue helps you progressively in building a country-style floating mantel by installing a spacious wood cloak in a few simple steps.
4. Faux mantel fireplace and frame
The location in which you live may not truly have a fireplace, but that’s what you always dreamt of, and until your life reaches a point where you have a house with a huge cloak and a glowing fire. Are you ready to make the look a bit? In that scenario, you might be the appropriate individual to share the Rogue Engineer’s details of this electric fireplace and mantel set and faux fireplace tutorial. Admire their approach of filling them withstanding candles as a tribute to their future fire!
5. Basic homemade rustic tablecloth with faux beams
For the purpose that you love the rustic wooden beam mantle, but you just don’t know that will remain an exceptional floating element in your otherwise very brick-based design, strapless as the first floating mind, here is a great lesson from Toolbox Divas teaching you how to do something esthetically and structurally between the two ideas.
6. How to add a wood and stone fireplace surround
Maybe your property has a magnificent integrated fireplace which may look amazing with the correct treatment, but you can’t help but believe that it can take it with a little instruction. We believe, in that case, that the DIY Network appreciates its procedure of building an incredibly clear frame of this wooden and stone fireplace.
7. Brick fireplace DIY mantle
You have an old, but outstanding, half-century type house with a beautiful brick fire, but you can’t help feeling that adding a more modern piece to the mix may make room tighter while you adore this wacky feature. Updated a little more? So? i think that you can get along with the way The Idea Room builds this fresh, immaculate white coat and framework right in the brick, breaks down the visuals, and clearly outlines your DIY approach.
8. DIY tableware and fireplace makeover
Do you have an amazing fireplace in a central room of your home, but you don’t currently utilize it to light a fire, either because your home is so old and it needs to be repainted or just because you have young children? Then you should take a look at how Fox Hollow Cottage transformed your chimney and environment into a kind of stylish dining room great for flowers or drinks.
9. Chunky white tablecloth over a stone fireplace
We have already shown you, by building a floating coat with a wooden beam, how to add a rustic touch to a very modern fireplace set, but what if your fireplace is pretty well dated and waiting? Somehow similar updating techniques? See then how my taste at home upgraded the top electric fireplace to a floating robe with a thick, whitebeam!
10. Single shelf frame with double shelves
Maybe you are a DIY enthusiast, who does repairs of your own huge homes and wants to make the fireplace a bit more challenging than most of what you have seen so far? ? In that vase, let us surely consider how Dreambook Designs produced this amazing mantel and frame with a matching double set of wall racks on both sides. It is useful and decorative to be stored further.