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5 Ways to Decorate a Non-Working Fireplace

by Home
There are a lot of fireplaces out there that have been closed up and cautious landlords who don't permit using working ones. Even for those of us who can use our fireplaces, they sit untouched at least six months of the year. Well, after you've taken my
  • Debbi Barr

    Red glass items instead of green!

  • Barbara Smith

    Let's face it, a lot of us have flat screens hanging over our mantels these days. So if you need a place to keep your cable box, use your fireplace. Just top it with some candles or flowers to kick the commercial vibe. Source

  • Tami Davis

    I like this for our living room fireplace... but without the TV over the mantle

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5 Ways to Decorate a Non-Working Fireplace: Last but not least, my favorite way to dress up your fireplace is by storing logs in it. It will give your room the same cozy, rustic vibe as a crackling fireplace would, without the heat, of course.Source

IDEA: make a faux fireplace cover. Use a black velvet background, affix pieces of trimmed-off logs, hang to cover fireplace space, probably store candles and other entertainment items in a tote behind it. This avoids making it a space for spiders and other bugs to hide.

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There is nothing like a real fireplace :)

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