Nunzia Beneventi. Fireplace. February 10th , 2018.
But what if you want a campfire to be a part of your outdoor living room? Well, this is where things get interesting. While you can build a campfire near your outdoor furniture, this can be messy and unruly at times, as anyone who has gone camping before can testify to. One option you have is buying a fire pit and loading up logs in that, however fire pits tend to waft heat in 360 degrees, and upwards. This is naturally not very advantageous if you want to provide some form of heat to your outdoor living room.
This project can cost you anywhere from a few hundred dollars (to do yourself) up to $10,000 depending upon the materials you use and the extent of the work required. Complete remodel Do you need your fireplace to become more completely integrated into your living space? Do you need ways to incorporate shelves, drawers, an LCD or flat panel TV, and audio visual equipment into your living space? You may want to build an entertainment center integrated with your fireplace. This is a high-end custom cabinet project and is your most expensive option, but the results can be stunning.
To create a real and beautiful rock fireplace design, homeowners are free to use the round ones. Being a hard and fire-resistant material, having this type of heating structure means your family and your home will be safe from fire hazards. But the downside is that this can be quite expensive to make because you may need to source the material from other areas or countries which will require a high shipping cost. If you‘re conscious of your budget, an alternative for you is to use the veneer or the flat and lightweight rock material. This is cheaper and easy to work with hence, you are assured of a finished rock fireplace of your dreams in just a day or two.
Consider the type of material that would be efficient as well as beautiful enough to put that perfect amount of pizazz into your living room. Sometimes you might want to use the standard brick style because it fits, but take that plain brick style and step it up a notch. You can do this by designing a layout that tells your guests that you are far from simple. Just because you want the traditional brick does not mean it has to be built traditionally. You can take any of the available materials and make almost any pattern that your mind can think up. Be creative and allow spontaneity to come into play.
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