Diy Style Kiva Fireplace

Aug 22nd

There’s nothing like relaxing around a fireplace on a cold night. Not only the fire to keep warm, but gives you a place for entertainment and spending time with his family. Kiva fireplace back to the Native Americans and have a thick outer stone. Use stucco for a DIY project that mimics the look Kiva style. The final design is as functional as it is decorative.

Traditional Kiva Fireplace
Traditional Kiva Fireplace

Remove the mantelpiece with a crowbar. Measure the distance from the top of the chimney on top of his roof. This distance gives the amount of mesh needed to create the rounded combustion wire Kiva fireplace.

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Measure a 1 inch on the left side of the wire mesh. Place the piece directly on the wall above the kiva fireplace with drywall screws. Place a screw directly above the fireplace and attach another screw every 2 inches. Bend the wire into a rounded shape and press against the wall. Attach the opposite end of the mesh to the wall on the opposite side of the chimney side. Trim excess mesh with wire cutters. Place a second piece of wire mesh on the wall, overlapping this piece with the bottom piece of 1 inch or more.