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we have this exact corner fireplace (minus the wainscoting) and I was wanting an idea on how to decorate it! This is great!

Unexpected Bookcase Turn a nonfunctioning fireplace into a practical and pretty storage space by outfitting it with shelves. Measure the opening and build a plywood insert to fit snugly inside. Cut shelves to fit across. Then paint the pieces and wallpaper the back of the insert. Screw the shelves in place and set the insert in the firebox. This could be perfect in my new place!

7 tips for designing an eye-catching fireplacePosted on November 5, 2014 by Wendy Weinert7 tips for designing an eye-catching fireplace

Layered frames over a mirror is what I'm suggesting for the family room. Love the larger scaled branches in the vase as well.

don't like this decor at all but I like the idea of a large mirror with tall twiggy plants on each side

I have got to figure out what to do with my ugly 70's mantel so I can make things like this look as good on it.

This woman's blog is inspiring! Before & After photos of her house, room by room-from dated & blah to modern & beautiful!

hmmm...liking the moss covered letter, and the mirror, and the faux mercury glass.

really really think something like this would work well for your need a mirror to reflect light and a tall letter T.

Love this mantle decor - ours is so boring right now! Maybe need to switch out the picture for a nice big mirror. Especially love the contrast of this round mirror.

A dreary old fireplace was replaced with a vintage mantel, which was inlaid with shards of antique china. Gently worn painted furniture, vintage collectibles, and a pale palette imbue the home with romantic charm.