Fireplace. Saturday , January 20th , 2018 - 23:44:52 PM
A rock fireplace design promotes a classic feel to any interior or exterior space. It shows off as strong and lasting which means it can very well serve as a focal point for your overall interior design theme. Rock fireplace designs can make use of the rock material in creating the surround either just focusing on the opening frame or it can extend upwards even reaching the ceiling. For this type of fireplace, it‘s best to use the rock‘s natural color. Possible choices here are to utilize only one color or mix different shades of the rock material. As rocks are quite similar to the stone, they come in various colors such as grey, limestone and light orange or the brick shade.
Another option that can sometimes work with the right house and the right fireplace is plastering. American Clay sells a natural clay plaster that can be applied to a variety of surfaces, including brick or even well-adhered paint when using their special primer. Unlike traditional plasters, the American Clay product an be reworked for quite a long time after installation, which makes it very forgiving for the amateur.
Regardless of the size of the project that you decide on, be sure to factor in any changes that you are planning to the living space. Are you planning on painting or getting new furniture? What is the style of your house and your existing furniture? Should the mantel be painted or are there other natural woods in the house that you would like to tie in with the fireplace? Tying the look of the fireplace into the style of your home makes it an elegant accent instead of oddity like our pink fireplace was before it was remodeled.
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