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Before and After Fireplace Makeover

Before and After: Fireplace Reveal

Here's a post from CasaSugar Community member h2urHome from the Su Casa group:

This is what my fireplace looked like when I moved into my new house eight months ago. We referred to it as the black hole! I don't think a wall could get any uglier. Honestly we wouldn't even turn the fireplace on this Winter because it would just draw attention to the emptiness!

Continue reading to see the final product!

Well, I came up with a design and hired my go-to guy to come over, and this was the end result!

I really love how it turned out: it's a little bit elegant and a little bit edgy. If you'd like to learn more about my fireplace redo, please feel free to stop by my blog.

Have you been doing any decorating lately? Be sure to share your photos with the Su Casa group!

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h2urHome h2urHome 6 years
The stone is a cast stone veneer, the stone in the front is real but it's split in half so it lays flat against the wall making installation easier! Hope this helps!
CourtneyOutLoud CourtneyOutLoud 6 years
You ladies have such good eyes -- I missed the window seat but now am loving the "addition". I like the fireplace too -- is it real stone?
Julia-Millay-Walsh Julia-Millay-Walsh 6 years
The window seats are such a great touch. So cozy and a great way to integrate more seating to a small room! What kind of stone was used here h2urHome?
Read2me Read2me 6 years
It's gorgeous! I love the stone and the addition of the window seats makes the room look so cozy!
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