How I Spend Some Of My Thyme

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Dewey2Me1MoThyme
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How I Spend Some Of My Thyme

Post by Dewey2Me1MoThyme »

Just a couple of pics of the fireplace make over I did around Christmas thyme, it's still not completely done, as we are going to take off the original mantel shelf and make it the same size as the lower one I made. My wife faux painted the shelf and corbels to match the marble tiles, the woodwork is oak plywood stained w/ ebony. Eventually the woodwork will go to the top of the 10ft. walls.

(before and after shots)

Dew

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Peg
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Awesome! :-6
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abbey
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A job well done Dewey. :-6
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Chezzie
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wow nice job matey, thanks for sharing the pics with us:-6
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Very nice work, Dewey. :)

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