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How To DIY a Fake Fireplace (or Dress Up The Real One You Already Have)

Fireplaces — even non-working ones — have a way of instantly warming up a room (at least aesthetically) and adding instant architectural character. And the good news is that, even if your home doesn't have any fireplaces at all, or you're stuck with an ugly one, there are ways to get the look you want. Whether you're trying to add a little character to a boring house, or cover up a fireplace whose current look you don't really love, you'll find a project here to inspire you.
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