Outdoor 4 ft. modified Rumford fireplace with pizza oven. Materials used: Briar Hill sandstone, repurposed barn stone, repurposed curb stone hearth and Ohio fieldstone. To show perspective of size, I’m pictured next to the fireplace.
Outdoor living with Belden Brick and natural stone, Slide 2 shows brick and stone home, rear of outdoor fireplace.
Outdoor 4 ft. Rumford fireplace. Materials used: antique fire brick, repurposed curbstone, barnstone and brick. A variety of field stone and stone unearthed from the customer’s property during construction along with various stone and coral they had collected on vacations were also used.
This week’s project was an eco-friendly fireplace. We used all re-purposed materials: the hearth is made from barnstone steps; the firebox surround and mantel were fabricated from barn foundation stone and sidewalk stone; the stone veneer is made from hand gathered field stone.
We converted an 8″ x 12″ chimney chase set up for woodburning unit in an unfinished basement to a 2′ x 2′ Rumford fireplace. Materials used: antique fire brick, repurposed barn stone, curb stone and an assortment of random rocks. The doors are made of flag stone with old barn hinges.
Finished basement, built to resemble old English pub, using foundation stone, antique brick reproductions, and repurposed antique architectural pieces.
Scroll through the photos to see the inventive details that brought this homeowner’s vision to life.
Outdoor fireplace, Belden brick, natural stone and limestone hearth, mantle and caps. Outdoor living space.