Simple Concrete Mantel Wood Effect

Feb 10th

Making your own fireplace concrete mantel wood effect allows you to save money. Use new materials or incorporate regenerated materials into your homemade fireplace mantle design. It is exciting to know when you have finished building your mantle, you will produce a focal point for family memories, not just on vacation but at all times of the year.

Stone Fireplace Mantel Corbels
Stone Fireplace Mantel Corbels

Your fireplace may include a natural stone frame instead of brick or wood. Use expensive craftsman timber or found concrete mantel wood effect to create a simple horizontal mantel piece. This type of wood gives a different look than processed wood, especially because you can see the knots of the wood and other flaws. Sometimes you can’t rely on wood or wood for your mantle design when your fireplace recesses in a flat wall.

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With concrete mantel wood effect, wall panels or other masonry materials, you can build two wall extensions, one on either side of the fireplace frame. These sections of wall create a sense of depth for an otherwise flat wall. The construction becomes complete with a long piece of timber or even the upper part of an antique headboard that serves as the mantle shelf. Braces on these wall extensions provide support for the shelf.

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