Monday, December 3, 2012

Stacked wood fireplaces

We've had a very busy weekend, and my plan to cut fireplace logs to fill my living room fireplace did not get done... But I want it to look like these; a simple solution to an unused fireplace, since we use only the one in our family room.







Aren't these gas logs the coolest thing you've ever seen? I wish I could come up with a DIY for these!



I'm in the midst of holiday decorating, and there just aren't enough hours in the day! Gotta remember to sloooow down!

Enjoy your week!
Nancy


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16 comments:

  1. I'm obsessed with this look. Our fireplace doesn't work and I seriously want to get some birch to fill up the space. It looks so cozy!

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  2. I love the architectural feel of this. I imagine it would become difficult to find the right size pieces of wood?

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  3. I wish I could do this in my non-working gas fireplace. I am so afraid of the bugs that might come with all of that wood. Do have any tips for avoiding that?

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  4. That last photo has really got me thinking - what an idea for a place you couldn't do a wood burning fireplace!
    xo,
    Phyllis

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  5. I love the look of stacked logs in a fireplace. I've also seen fireplaces stacked with books, which is beautiful, too. Those glass logs are gorgeous!
    Have a happy Monday, Nancy,
    ~ Wendi ~

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  6. a great look!!! But I guess they don't use their chimney?? I love using mine so I guess I couldn't sport this chic look.

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  7. Love this look Nancy! Please let us know if it is easy to do...seems like one of those things that looks easy but is actually hard to do. Good luck!

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  8. There is a site where you can buy these precut and ready to slide into the fireplace. I know Swoon Worthy has used this and it looks fab in her home. http://gettingitswoonworthy.blogspot.com/

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    1. brilliant Elizabeth! just researched the source..thank you!

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    2. thanks for the link! I'm saving it.
      Loi

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  9. Hi, Nancy -
    Have you been outside today? It's so unseasonably warm. Love that stained wooden mantel in the 2nd photo. Wonderful photos! Look forward to seeing your holiday decorations! :)
    Cheers,
    Loi

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  10. What a great look. I used to live in an historic home where the fireplaces were too old to use. This would have been perfect!

    www.chattafabulous.blogspot.com

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  11. Beautiful, and the gas logs are fabulous! Great way to store the wood. I live in the south and spiders get in the wood. I wonder if there is a way to prevent this.
    Hope that you week is off to a great start.
    Teresa
    xoxo

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  12. Love this look, Nancy! Hope you're having a great Holiday Season so far. xx

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