I’m not 100% sure what I’m going to do with the brick, but it definitely needs lightening up. I did some browsing around the internets to get some inspiration and I thought you might enjoy seeing these amazing brick fireplace makeovers too! I’ve been planning mine for weeks, but now I feel like a copycat. Here’s another wood-clad fireplace with gray painted brick from Beneath My Heart. I *think* my initial plan is to whitewash the brick with my beloved Shoji White paint color.I adore this wood-clad fireplace from The Lettered Cottage. I’m trying to figure out if I should use my other favorite – Amazing Gray – below the mantel so that there is some contrast.It created a beautiful, aged finish full of character.All brick is different, if possible, my advice is to spot test this technique on your brick material in an inconspicuous area prior to tackling this project.The DIY project I completed for this post is getting that “house in my head” a little closer to reality. I gathered all the pamphlets to read when I got home.I went to the comes in 3 different edges – Natural Edge – use where the side of the stone will be exposed. There are also wide stones in each box so that you can create a realistic stone facade. Remove the stones from the boxes so they can acclimate to the air temperature as well as allow you to see the variety of shades in each box.Fireplace Stone Coating is a water-based fireplace paint specially formulated for application onto fire surrounds.Made from real ground stone to give you a truly authentic and quality stone finish. Save today by creating your own stone effect surround from just £44.00 Stone Lux Fireplace Stone Coating will transform your existing fire surround into an elegant stone feature quickly & easily.
Located in one of the prettiest villages of the Regional Park, surrounded by Moors, lake and trekking paths, this cottage is absolutely perfect for a holiday home.It has been totally renovated, everything is new, roof, windows, insulation, electrical wiring, and connected to the mains sewage.If you have been following my blog for awhile you may recall decorating photos that I have posted about what I call the “House In My Head”.This will insure that you will be happy with the results. Located in a little hamlet of the Regional Park, very close to a huge lake and plenty of trekking paths in the Moors, this cottage has been totally renovated, habitable right away, and there’s the possibility to get the furniture.Do you have a brick fireplace that you would love to paint, whitewash or clad with wood?