Our last blog post was about the first step in our sunroom remodeling project: Painting Once we put new paint on the walls and ceiling, it was clear that something needed to be done with the fireplace. The traditional fireplace was completely demolished and replaced with a modern design, which consists of floor-to-ceiling veneer stacked stone and a linear fireplace with glass stones. If you have more than one fireplace mantel in your home, you can choose to focus on different time periods for each one.
Now you can’t use regular outlets like the ones in the wall – they have to have a shutter that closes off the holes – this is to keep you from being electrocuted when you spill a beer while dancing on the mantle. You can repaint your living room the same color which will refresh the color and get rid of any scuff marks and dings.
The rails closest to the fireplace is wider than the ones next to the walls. This room is 13’X18â€² and the 9â€² ceiling has 8 low voltage recessed wall color will be white – another white on white room. You can put them on the living room walls, stick them on the kitchen refrigerator, and put them next to your lamp on the side table of bedroom.
When ordering a mantel from Agee Woodworks, you may submit the measurements above or email a photo of your fireplace to Agee Woodworks so they can determine what areas need to be measured. Wiring from a wall switch is run under the mantle to both sides of the fireplace for the final test fit.
The original fireplace was brick, overlayed with stone and plaster. Almost every ugly house (and many perfectly nice houses) have dark, dingy, dirty brick fireplaces. In addition, you can see on the bottom right of the last beforeâ€ picture that the walls were painted a bright mint green.