In day one of our fireplace remodel, our primary goal is to demolish the existing volcanic rock fireplace and hearth. Before its remodel by Nathalie Tremblay of Atelier Cachet, a dull white surround and beige wall did nothing to highlight this fireplace. An iron fireplace door will provide just the right accent piece that will tie together those rich, opulent hues. Before you start, be sure to properly prep the fireplace brick for paint Then, begin with one coat of paint.
Picking the right design, materials, and mantel will ensure your fireplace commands attention while complementing the space. This square living room and uninspired fireplace lacked architectural interest and design pizzazz. The now-striking fireplace surround boasts beautifully carved, white-painted moldings that frame the dark-painted fireplace bricks.
Kristina Striukova used acrylic paint to transform the interior of the formerly all-white fireplace into an engaging scene – with decorative mural work above. We simply reface the entire fireplace with the material and design of your choice. Dark red brick, a black-screen firebox, and flanking wood shelves gave this fireplace a dark, dated appearance.
Our very talented friend Neal likes to tinker around with building things, and he offered to re-build our fireplace. With all this in place, you’ll be able to make a serious upgrade to your fireplace and hearth area both in terms of operation and aesthetics.
You can enjoy the look of the exact stone fireplace you’ve always dreamed of, and you won’t be impacting the environment. If you are tired of putting up with an unpleasant fireplace and desire to add a magnificent touch to your home, contact us about a fireplace remodel.