This masonry heater is designed into the center of a home and works as a normal fireplace until a damper is closed and the hot gases are forced through channels in the stone masonry which absorb and store the heat inside the building. The heater also serves as an oven, heats water and is a spiral staircase to the second floor.
This red door from Belgium is a great example of how the right trim and accents can make a great door fantastic. This arsied panel door has wrought iron grills, but what takes it over the top is the masonry carving above and around the door. We install great #doors in the Minneapolis MN area - you can accent them with your personal touches. http://www.replacementwindowsmpls.com
Drylok is a masonry waterproofing paint that many people use to paint styrofoam headstones and other styrofoam structures (columns, archways, mausoleums, statues, etc.) to make them look like stone.I generally use the gray colored drylok as a base. Drylok has what appears to be grains of sand in it and imparts the look and feel of stone.