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Fireplace Pictures?

Posted by cade (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 12, 07 at 10:04

I'm going to install a wood burning fireplace in my livingroom. Anyone know of a website that has a lot of pictures of fireplaces? If you want to share your pictures that's great. Any info greatly appreciated!


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My husband built this for us a few years ago. It's quartersawn oak and a green marble. I guess it's time to put away a few Halloween things, sorry. We absolutely love the fireplace.Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket


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Here are a couple pictures of a Lexington Forge LXV 36 gas fireplace that I installed this last month. I used Owens Corning Cultured stone (Alpine Ledgestone Pro-Fit - Harvest color) for the facing and used a piece of Quartz Stone (Ceasarstone) for the Hearth. I made the Mantle out of moldings and Poplar wood I bought at HD. Wife and I love it. The pictures don't do it justice. I am getting a lot of compliments from people who think the rocks are real.

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We are make and sell of fireplace mantel ,welcome visit our store http://stores.ebay.com/odyssye-shop.

Here is a link that might be useful: Myla Craftwork Ltd.


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Here's a few websites I've found in my own research:

http://www.hearth.com/gallery/pics/fireplaces/

http://www.homebedazzle.com/fireplace.htm

http://engineeredflame.com/site/node/104


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I am not sure about the first pic but the others do not appear to be wood burning. There are a huge number of sites for prefab units and scratch/full masonry units - Heatilator, Heat&glo, Quadrafire et al (many) also Firerock and Isokern.

We have a pre fab unit in current house that is a 48 inch heatilator full wood burning unit that has been great except heavy usage requires replacement of the back liner every few years.

New house has a Firerock which is technically full masonry, VERY heavy, expensive but the real thing. We also put in a gas log unit in another room.

Anyway, the prefab alternative gives you a lot of options that are cost effective, attractive/old style looking and VERY functional.


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A lot of pictures!

Here is a link that might be useful: Thread: Fireplaces - please share yours


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