Hey, there and happy Monday! I’m getting myself in gear a little better this year than I did last year. Got all the Christmas down last week and also got the basement in a little better shape too, so I’ll share that soon as well. It feels good to pare down and get things organized doesn’t it?
Today, I’m sharing a really special project that we finished just before Christmas. Mark was off for two weeks and decided to take on a couple of projects so we got that little beadboard nook done as well as added herringbone marble to the fireplace. We are in love with it, this makeover really made a difference in the look of our fireplace so much.
This fireplace makeover actually had 4 steps to it. We bought gas logs first, then right at the same time, Mark added some wide fluted molding down each side of the fireplace. Then we continued with the makeover with herringbone marble tile and a lime wash I did on the brick hearth with Romabio paints. Just a note that none of this is sponsored, we bought all the supplies ourselves.
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