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an amazing brick fireplace makeover is featured in this living room with blue and white furniture
Brick Fireplace Makeover using Cement & Wood Mantel
Brick Fireplace Makeover using Cement & Wood Mantle - Boxwood Ave
a living room filled with furniture and a fire place in front of a white fireplace
Stop Scrolling Pinterest—These 30 Fireplace Mantel Ideas Are All the Inspo You Need
30 Cozy Fireplace Mantel Ideas and Design Inspiration – PureWow
a white fireplace with a mirror above it
Inspiration & Ideas | DelightFULL Unique Lamps
a fireplace with a tv above it and a potted plant next to it
Fireplace Mantel // Mantel // Rustic Wood Mantel // Custom Mantel // Modern Rustic Mantel // Rustic Mantel // Contemporary Mantel - Etsy Canada
a living room filled with furniture and a fire place next to a painting on the wall
Riad Tile - 2x6 Forest Green Zellige
@jasminerothofficial nailed it with this stunning fireplace which was featured on the @hgtv hit show "Hidden Potential". She used our 2x6 Forest Green Zellige. Repost from @builtcustomhomes So much revolves around the fireplace! It's a mood-setter and focal point of any room. It needs to be equally tough and beautiful—which means that tile is a great option for your fireplace! But not so fast. Tile will only be successful on your fireplace if you know its capabilities and requirements.⁠
a drawing of a fireplace with vases and other items on the mantel above it
How to Decorate a Mantel | Home Stories A to Z
decorating a mantle
a living room filled with furniture and a fire place in front of a brick fireplace
Winter Mantel Decor
Upgrade your living room look with an interesting artwork statement like this little one here.
an image of a fireplace with instructions on how to put the fire place in it
Mantel Decorating Ideas By Season - Bed Bath & Beyond
When you decorate your mantel with the three steps outlined above, you create a natural path for the eye to follow. The anchor draws you in while the weight and filler items create a triangular flow. This makes the arrangement pleasing to the eye and prevents any single decoration from being too distracting. Layer or stagger the pieces from each step to keep them connected and cohesive.