Blending the Ventless Gel Fireplace Into Your Decor

Ventless Gel Fireplace has plenty of designs and colors to fit any interior theme you may have.  But, there are times when you want a little more.  A little talked about idea is that the Ventless Gel Fireplace can be modified to meet with the exact interior theme if that’s what you want.
Let’s say you have tan stucco walls.  If you would like to put a fireplace there that looks like it’s a part of the Best Construction Niche wall, a simple option exists.  Rather than spending ten thousand dollars for a contractor, try to do it yourself.
The first thing to do is to purchase a Beaumont or a Stanford.  While you are waiting for your fireplace to arrive at your Long Term Contractors home, start on a do it yourself hearth.  Of course, the design is up to you and it can get as complex as you want it.
But, make it simple by creating a rectangle made of 2 X 4s.  Your hearth should be about twenty inches wide by fifty four inches long so that you have a six inch border on both sides and the front.  Attach this frame to your wall where the fireplace will go and cover with plywood.  Then, stucco the front and the sides of the hearth.  Paint the color of your wall.
A few notes to keep in mind.  Make sure you don’t cover an outlet.  This project does not require the use of a load bearing wall, nor does it require you to damage any part of your wall.  Simply nail the inside of the hearth lengthwise to your baseboard.
Put some thought into the type of surface you would like for your hearth.  A thin natural stone veneer always seems the best way to go to me.  You’ll have a stucco front that matches your walls and a stone surface that invites a fireplace.  But, don’t finish the surface until the fireplace is in place.  That way, the stone will actually make the fireplace look like a part of this structure you have begun.
When the fireplace arrives, assemble it straight from the box and put it in place on top of the hearth you have started.  Now, stucco the fireplace so that it matches your walls.  Once the stucco is in place, paint the color of your walls and let dry.
Now, put your natural stone veneer in place on the hearth as well as the top of the fireplace.  The following steps aren’t necessary, but you might want to think about taking these extra measures.  Attach the fireplace to the wall with metal elbows that screw into the fireplace and the wall. 
Then, use the stucco to cover the metal elbows.  You can further use your natural stone veneer to create a border on the wall around the fireplace.  That adds a sense of consistency to the overall project and you’ll love the finished look.
Your imagination is the only thing holding you back from having your home made your way.  And the solutions really aren’t all that expensive.  If you look around at all the resources you have, I would be willing to bet that you have a good bit of resources already in your own home that you can use on home improvement projects.  If not, a quick trip to the local discount department store can produce some rather good ideas you can use to make your home that much better.