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Nothing provides heat and coziness to a room fairly like a fire. It provides character, architectural curiosity, and design potential to any area. Should you aren’t blessed with a fire in your house, that’s okay — there are many methods to DIY a fake model.
Susanne Sampson (Candy Bungalow) knew her ’90s builder-grade house wanted extra character, and it additionally wanted a divider between the residing and eating rooms. “There wanted to be a focus, and a fire was the proper resolution,” Susanne says. Since her house didn’t have an actual one, she opted for a fake model.
This DIY undertaking turned out to be fairly easy — and completely well worth the effort. “Essentially the most time-consuming half was simply calculating all of the measurements for the body to make sure it was secure for the fireside insert,” Susanne says. “Just some hours and we had constructed a smooth, trendy, functioning fire.”
Because of some leftover drywall from a earlier undertaking, some already owned instruments, and the assistance of her father-in-law, the undertaking price just below $500. The electrical fire insert price round $350.
The consequence has Susanne loving how cozy and welcoming her house is now. “This was a undertaking that added a variety of aesthetic worth and simply made our home actually really feel like a house,” she says. “Plus, it’s a functioning warmth supply that simply plugs into an outlet.”