Updating all brick fireplace
If you have some broken or chipped brick on your fireplace, or another interior spot that’s driving you nuts, you may want to check out this DIY.If you want some exterior inspiration, check out this makeover.And this is a VERY inexpensive and relatively easy technique to give brick a beautiful, rustic look.Never would have thought up this technique in a million years.
They provide warmth and a focal point that draws family and guests naturally.
Maybe a brick fireplace that looks like more of a faux-pas than a focal point, perhaps? Our german smear tutorial, painted brick fireplace tutorial and wood stove/firebox update are among the most popular on our entire website.
Since brick seems to be something that so many of us want to love, but tend to loathe in our homes, we decided to round up the best techniques and tutorials we could find to help you give your own brick a much-needed makeover!
We’ve used this brick veneer product as well, and love it! I’m wanting to find a way to try this product out now, too! But there have been a TON of black fireplaces cropping up recently, too. She also stripped and refinished this gorgeous wood mantel and talks about that process as well.
Sarah has written a detailed tutorial on the installation. Less expensive than brick tiles are faux brick panels, but many people don’t know about this product, or choose not to use this option because the “brick” looks fake…which is true. But Angela spruced it up with an awesome paint technique, and I’m now a believer in this option for brick lovers on a budget!