Furniture distressing is the act of making a piece look as though it is worn out or antique. This style has become a very popular finish in the industry. Narrow your results here by whether or not you desire a distressed finish.
A fireplace is a great addition to any room, which can add style and ambiance, while also warming the space up. However, there are a lot of different
options to choose from, so you should put some thought into the particulars of what you are looking for in a fireplace before making a selection. Some
things to consider when choosing a fireplace for your home include what features you would like, what sort of installation you would prefer, and what
hookups or vents you have available or are willing to create.
When thinking about features for your fireplace, there are generally two main things that people look for: appearance, and heat. In terms of appearance,
many people like the look of the fireplace itself, and the distinguished style of a mantle, while others appreciate the warm, soft light of a fire, or the
dancing of the flames. Of course, wood, gel, and gas fireplaces feature both of these things with real flames which naturally produce heat. But if the fire
itself isn't a draw for you, you may want to consider a fireplace with imitation flames, such as an electric fireplace. If the heat is the main reason for
this addition, a pellet fireplace can efficiently produce a lot of warmth, although it may not provide a good view of the flames.
When it comes to installation, there are actually quite a few options to choose from, including freestanding and wall mounted fireplaces, as well as units
that are designed to be installed in a corner or set on a tabletop. Which of these you choose is primarily determined by personal preference, but can also
be influenced by what hookups you have available. When considering which fuel type of fireplace would work best, the availability of different fuel
connections or venting can be a major determining factor, as different types of fireplaces require specific set ups. It should be noted that gas fireplaces
typically require connections to home gas lines, while wood, gas and pellet fireplaces will all require a chimney or ventilation.
There are a lot of great options for home fireplaces, and ATGStores.com carries all of them. Shop our extensive selection to find the perfect one you and
What type of fireplace is right for your home? A fireplace can add warmth and charm to any space and can make a living room, great room, bedroom, or study feel welcoming and homey. It used to be that installing a fireplace in a home that didn’t already have one was an inherently drawn out and expensive process. However, there are now many different
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