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mantel

mantel, 2
1. A beam or arch that supports the masonry above a fireplace; also called a mantel-tree.
2. All the construction or facing around a fireplace.
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Fireplace mantels are usually made of easily cleanable materials like painted wood.
Time out pressure washer Fireplace mantels are usually made of easily cleanable materials like painted wood.
Time to out pressure washer Fireplace mantels are usually made of easily cleanable materials like painted wood.
Fireplace mantels are usually made of easily cleanable materials You could apply a sealer you would use on patio paving, but that ruins the look.
In fact, the entire residence riffs off a romantic old-world style, both in architectural details and decor: marble fireplace mantels, brass hardware, a claw-foot tub, and vintage rugs.
Features of the home include original fireplace mantels, chandeliers, an elevator, iron balconies and a private rear courtyard.
Single family four bedroom townhouse with 10 foot ceilings, bay window, original hardwood floors, ceiling medallions, original and restored mahogany banisters and fireplace mantels. Parlor floor with formal living room, family room, and home office.
Of note are the groin vault ceilings, delicate wainscoting and elaborate fireplace mantels. The eat-in kitchen, which has booth seating, has been updated.
Woodbridge, OH, November 18, 2015 --(PR.com)-- For over 30 years, the company has been known for crafting elegant fireplace mantels and other cast stone ornaments.
The latex, once cooled into a sheet and tugged free from its archi-tectural armatures, displays the disquieting inverse memories of the original providential structures--features such as vertical siding and sills, or windowpanes and fireplace mantels, now tumbling and inchoate and retaining some of the clotted detritus and stain of the original components.
Debra and Mark Blain, owners of Fireplace Mantels Etc.