This fireplace was the original wood burning stove to this 115 year old house!! (Swipe Over) We found it in the garage when we bought the property 6 years ago. I always wanted to have it feature or used somewhere in our home. I even thought it would be great to use for the cabin we are going to build at some point on our lake property. .
When we decided to build the fire pit area out of salvaged bricks in the back of the house, I envisioned a freestanding fireplace here. Earlier this year, the idea came to me to use our beautiful wood stove from the house!!! I partnered with @rustoleumca for the #SprayNewLife campaign they are having this summer!! I used a High Heat spray paint to fix this ol’girl up!!!! It was so easy to use and will withstand heat up to 650 C!!! I LOVE how it turned out. It truly is amazing what little bit of elbow grease and some spray paint will do!!!! We are so excited to roast some marshmallows in this beauty and it makes it that much more special that it is a part of the history of the home!!!! Head to the blog to see the DIY tutorial that I did on the process!!! The link is in the profile! .
. @rustoleumca wants to see your DIY projects too!!! They are having an amazing #SprayNewLife contest this month and another one in the month of August. All you have to do to enter is post a before and after of your DIY using #Rustoleum spray paint, tag @rustoleumca and use the hashtag #SprayNewLife !! That’s it!! You will be entered to win a $500 Giftcard for Rustoleum products. Good luck!!! #diy#doityourself#outdoorspace#woodburningstove#fireplace#firepit#outdoorlivingspace#homedecor#frenchcountrystyle#farmhousestyle#fixerupperstyle#bvintagestyle
Chuck + brisket burger with Egmont cheese, bread and butter pickles, BBQ onions, beetroot relish + special sauce on a house made milk bun 🍔 get yours next weekend at our #WinterReds19 event! Free to attend - more info in bio☝️