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Painting a Brick Fireplace With Chalk Paint®

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We painted our outdated red and black brick fireplace and built in bookshelves with Chalk Paint®. The soft grey grout was in pristine condition and since we didn't want a "rolled on" look, we painted each brick individually with Country Grey Chalk Paint® which really added texture. The mantel is painted in Graphite Chalk Paint® and distressed a bit. The built-ins and cabinets are French Linen Chalk Paint® and walls are Country Grey.
The transformation was a pleasure to do and Chalk Paint® was awesome to work with.
  • Susan Rawlings

    This looks very professional. I wasn't sure chalk paint could do so well. Nice job!

    • Cindy Gazso
      Cindy Gazso Janesville, WI

      Annie Sloan's paint is extremely forgiving and perfect for the beginner and experienced painted alike. Try Chalk Paint Susan....you'll love it!

  • Sandra
    Sandra Oakdale, CT

    Like painting wood, I feel the same with my fireplace brick. Will this chalk paint be easy or hard to remove should I not like the look?

    • Cindy Gazso
      Cindy Gazso Janesville, WI

      I agree Sandra, nothing is more beautiful than the rich look of wood. It gives such character and history to your home. However, somethings benefit greatly from a new and fresh updated look with Chalk Paint®. We've found our style has changed over

  • Marilyn Stein
    Marilyn Stein Paradise, CA

    Annie Sloan makes high quality paint, but you can make your own "real" chalk paint for a whole lot less. There are lots of recipes on the web, but I have found that the calcium carbonate one produces the smoothest paint.

    • Cindy Gazso
      Cindy Gazso Janesville, WI

      There is a lot of misinformation on the internet about making Chalk Paint®. The proprietary ingredients in Annie Sloan's paint, which is not a latex based paint, can not be reproduced by simply altering a latex paint . When calcium carbonate is added

  • Angel
    Angel Hesperia, CA

    Great job, and nice looking room. I could sure getting cozy with a good book in there ;)

  • Loretta
    Loretta Carmichael, CA

    Gorgeous transformation!!!!!!

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