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Corner Gas Fireplace Design

A DIY fireplace project to bring the living room to life
Color

Kenai

Shale Gray with Deep Earthy Tones
Heat Sources: If you can hold your hand on the surface where you plan to install GenStone for 10 seconds while the heat source is running, GenStone is OK to be installed on that surface, if not, GenStone is not recommended for the area. It is the owner’s sole responsibility to ensure all panels and accessories will not come in contact with flames or embers.

Faux Stone Corner Gas Fireplace Design

One of the most popular projects that our customers complete is a fireplace design. The fireplace is often the centerpiece of the living room, so a project that draws the eye straight to it is an excellent addition to any home. This GenStone customer decided to remodel their corner gas fireplace an... Expand full text

Faux Stone Corner Gas Fireplace Design

One of the most popular projects that our customers complete is a fireplace design. The fireplace is often the centerpiece of the living room, so a project that draws the eye straight to it is an excellent addition to any home. This GenStone customer decided to remodel their corner gas fireplace and selected our Desert Sunrise Stacked Stone panels for the project.

The goal with a project like this is to draw the eye, and this customer’s corner gas fireplace design was a stunning success. The Desert Sunrise Stacked Stone panels provide a professional finish to the room, and the fireplace complements the flooring in the room.

Why GenStone

GenStone’s faux stone panels are an excellent addition to any home or business DIY project. Our lightweight panels are easy to install and cast from natural stone, ensuring an authentic look and feel. GenStone is designed to be easy to install, and our customers can install many projects in a single weekend!

Customer review
We're really happy with how it turned out. I used a drywall saw and a razor blade to carve out the stone details on the end cuts around the fireplace itself, then painted them. Thanks again for all your help and support.

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