Diy Faux Fireplace With Electric Insert

Diy Faux Fireplace With Electric Insert. A simple project that makes a big impact! After cutting those two panels, cut out a ¾” x 11 ½” notch on each panel.

OKADA 42" Electric Fireplace Insert, 3.86" Ultra Thin Wall Mounted/ In
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First, i wanted to address why we didn’t add a fireplace to our home during the building process. I love that shiplap planked wall for the entertainment center, chic mantel, stone surround, and stacked wood facade. First start out by cutting a board to 16” x 47”, then cut that board longways into a 11 ½” x 47” piece and a 4 ½” x 47” piece.

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Today’s project, how to build a diy fireplace with electric insert is such a great way to add warmth and coziness to a room. Tutorial, video and plans to build this fireplace in a weekend. We haven’t decided on a wall colour yet so.

While Building, We Had Two Options, Gas Or Electric.

Create your own diy modern fireplace with an electric insert and a few supplies. After cutting those two panels, cut out a ¾” x 11 ½” notch on each panel. I love that shiplap planked wall for the entertainment center, chic mantel, stone surround, and stacked wood facade.

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First start out by cutting a board to 16” x 47”, then cut that board longways into a 11 ½” x 47” piece and a 4 ½” x 47” piece. We could have but opted to diy our own electric fireplace. We went with an electric insert because we wanted a shallow profile, this insert is only 8″ deep.

I Decided To Use Shiplap On The Bottom Of My Fireplace.

First, i wanted to address why we didn’t add a fireplace to our home during the building process. The firebox is finished with faux tin tile and a mirror, a unique touch. The materials cost approximately $150 and the fireplace insert was $300 (fyi:

Patio Bricks Serve As The Faux Fireplace Sides, With A Wood Mantel And Floor To Resemble The Real Deal.

Yes friends, i’m sharing how to. We opted for a gas fireplace in our previous home, and while i loved having a real fire, it heated the room substantially. While i didn’t want the expense of adding an actual fireplace, even an electric one, i did want the coziness that a diy fireplace surround could offer.

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