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Brick fireplace and pine panelling --- yes

Posted by nosoccermom (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 22, 14 at 9:18


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RE: Brick fireplace and pine panelling --- yes

I love that too. I love windows next to fireplaces. The paneling and rusticity of that room remind me of my living room (below). Door to the right of the FP goes into a charming 1/2 bath w/skirted tiny corner sink and the same paneling on the walls.

Beware, though, rooms like these: they have to be painted by hand, no rolling ,because of the paneling. It's a bear to do! And I want to repaint my LR next fall, some kind of soft gold or golden yellow color to make it even cozier feeling.

Love, love, love the Dutch door in your room, too! And the tree table. I bet you love my torn upholstery on my grandfather's chair! Watch that envy, ladies!


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Lovely rooms very refreshing and clean. Why no rolling? I always use a roller on my paneling.


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LOOOOOOOVE the bedside tables! And the kitchen!


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I really like this! So pretty, so comfy, so bright. Just great!


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I like it too. I also don't understand why some people can't wait to drywall over a nice brick fireplace.....it makes no sense to me, replacing a more permanent, costly material with something cheaper.


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Thank you for posting. I like it. And the soapstone countertop and backsplash is helpful for me in visualizing a possibility for our kitchen remodel!


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I love a brick fireplace, too. It saddens me when the HGTV shows go into those old fixer-uppers and cover up the original fireplace. I'm always attracted to the "before" fireplace.


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The article said that all the original paneling was covered up with drywall.


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