Updating your fireplace
Gray surfaces have become so popular, in fact, that they’re being hailed as the new neutral, a way to replace our outdated love affair with beige.A painted fireplace is the perfect spot to get some gray in your life—and add a fresh new take on your living room decor.She currently resides in Austin, Texas where she writes full time for Modernize.com, with the goal of empowering homeowners with the expert guidance and educational tools they need to take on big home projects with confidence.Fireplaces are meant to be the focal point of any space, and glass mosaic tile is the perfect way to make yours shine.Maybe it’s because we subscribe to that age-old myth that you can’t paint brick. If you truly want to catch up with the present, it starts in the home.
A stone veneer installed over brick imbues your staid fireplace surface with rustic charm.
It’s definitely accomplishable in a weekend, but if you’re really short on time, a faux stone veneer panel can get you the same effect without getting out the masonry trowel.
New Screening You’re probably more than familiar with the classic, wrought iron scroll-edged fireplace screens, and you’ve looked at all the brassy glass covers you care to see.
Whether updating your fireplace’s appearance means installing a new set of fireplace doors or a fireplace mantel, or going all out by painting the existing drab brick and bringing it almost instantly back to life, you can’t go wrong once you assume responsibility for your home’s appearance.
Luckily, with Brick-Anew’s line of premium fireplace paints and accessories, bringing your home into the 21st century, assuming responsibility is as easy as clicking a link.
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