Fireplace. Saturday , January 20th , 2018 - 02:08:34 AM
The Victorian era was often referred to as The Battle of the Styles, due to the popularity of the many decorative designs from previous eras. Depending on a family‘s status, the Victorian fireplace mantel was made from slate, marble, wood or stone. The early and mid-Victorian period preferred the Gothic and Elizabethan styles: the Gothic was associated with the true Christian principles of morality, honesty and purity and the Elizabethan era invoked nostalgia for a chivalrous bygone age.
When we moved into our new house there was a long list of work that needed be done in terms of updating and remodeling, but nothing stood out more than that ugly pink fireplace dominating the middle of our living room. It was one of our first projects and our neighbors were amazed at the difference it made in the way our house felt when you walked through the door. Since that time there have been many more fireplace remodels in our neighborhood. You can spend anywhere from $100 to $20,000 updating your fireplace, so it is best to consider both your budget and your goals.
Although fireplaces are no longer the primary way to heat a home, they are still quite popular for doing just that. Especially for those who live in very rural areas, a fireplace can be a potentially incredible investment if you have the means to gather your own wood. Heating your house doesn‘t have to cost money - if you have the motivation, you can trade a little hard work for some heat.
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