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So I started out showing you how we added some IKEA Billy Bookcases on either side of the fireplace and how we are attempting to make them look built-in.  Then yesterday I showed you how we framed ...

Family Room Makeover Part 3: Building the Mantel

So I started out showing you how we added some IKEA Billy Bookcases on either side of the fireplace and how we are attempting to make them look built-in. Then yesterday I showed you how we framed ...

FOR MOM: DIY - White Washing Brick Tutorial using Latex Paint (Sherwin Williams Cashmere Paint~Medium Lustre~Luminous White)

FOR MOM: DIY - White Washing Brick Tutorial using Latex Paint (Sherwin Williams Cashmere Paint~Medium Lustre~Luminous White)

I don't know what it is, but I love this stone and how they kind of grouped the colors together vs putting them in random places: Loyalist Grey by StoneRox

I don't know what it is, but I love this stone and how they kind of grouped the colors together vs putting them in random places: Loyalist Grey by StoneRox

If you’ve been hanging out with us the past few months you know we finally finished Our DIY Pallet Wood Fireplace. It’s honestly my favorite thing in life. I still can’t believe it’s my house when I walk in. I know that sounds extreme but it’s just exactly what I wanted. We started the whole … … Continue reading →

If you’ve been hanging out with us the past few months you know we finally finished Our DIY Pallet Wood Fireplace. It’s honestly my favorite thing in life. I still can’t believe it’s my house when I walk in. I know that sounds extreme but it’s just exactly what I wanted. We started the whole … … Continue reading →

Step 6 - Using a table saw, measure + cut the reclaimed wood pieces to fit onto the front of the fireplace. Secure to the frame using a nail gun. Make sure to alternate the seams of the wood. You will want to use pieces of wood that are the same width all they way across each row. Also make sure to alternate the colors of the wood to create a great look.

DIY Reclaimed Wood Fireplace

Step 6 - Using a table saw, measure + cut the reclaimed wood pieces to fit onto the front of the fireplace. Secure to the frame using a nail gun. Make sure to alternate the seams of the wood. You will want to use pieces of wood that are the same width all they way across each row. Also make sure to alternate the colors of the wood to create a great look.

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