What Are the Options for Specialty Finishes on My New York Fireplace Surround?

Most people automatically connect specialty finishes to floors, patios, pool decks, and other like surfaces. However, specialty finishes are also used to transform New York fireplace surrounds. In many New York homes and apartments, the fireplace is the focal point. Rather than something that looks like what all your neighbors, family members, and friends have, a professional installer can completely change the aesthetics of your fireplace using unique finishes.

With a specialty finish, your New York fireplace surrounds become a personal masterpiece without compromising on the utilitarian purpose of the fireplace itself. As an example, a wrap is a wonderful option that can be textured or colored based on your personal preference. Although this is an excellent standalone solution, it also works great with a mantle and hearth.

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With a custom limestone simulated finish hearth and panels, your New York fireplace surrounds will add a sense of warmth and hospitality to your home. Not only is this particular finish welcoming, it has a look of sophistication to complement any room. However, if you prefer a fireplace that is more streamlined and modern, consider a white Coraline limestone look.

In a big city like New York, art deco remains a popular design aesthetic. Especially if you have other art deco design elements in your home, a filled Coraline limestone finish with a high gloss would make the room appear more cohesive. If you have an existing brick fireplace that looks old and outdated, a concrete overlay can be used to make the surrounds modern and fresh.

Regardless of the size or style of your New York fireplace surrounds, a specialty finish is the perfect way to add character and personality. Because there are special techniques involved, a professional should perform the work. This will ensure that your expectations are met, if not exceeded.