How to straighten a slanted fireplace facade?

AnfroneeSeptember 24, 2013

I am trying to do some projects around the house and my fireplace has always been a feature in my house the bugs me. It starts about a foot below my ceiling and starts slanting outward. It is about a foot from the wall at the base. I am assuming like the the rest of the house it is plaster and lath surface over the fireplace.I am wanting to build it out and make it a straight surface and create a board and batten pattern to reflect other areas of the house with this detail. Anyone have any suggestions on how I might go about doing this, while keeping the fireplace fully functional?

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I have seen your post before, or very similar to it. Have a look around and you'll find some advice.

    Bookmark   October 1, 2013 at 3:53PM
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