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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We painted our outdated red and black brick fireplace and built in bookshelves with Chalk Paint®.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.
  • Diana Walters
    Diana Walters Mobile, AL
    on Sep 19, 2013

    Love it! I adore a painted fireplace, but some don't need complete brick coverage. This is perfect. How do you get anything done? I'd be sitting in there soaking up all the wonderful!

  • Cindy
    Cindy
    on Sep 19, 2013

    Very nice! I would have never thought of using chalk paint! My husband has a "no painting wood" rule, but he never said anything about brick! ;)

  • Leah Bening
    Leah Bening Carterville, IL
    on Sep 19, 2013

    Just beautiful! That really brightened up the entire room!

  • Sue
    Sue East Haven, CT
    on Sep 19, 2013

    Can chalk paint be used behind a wood burning stove? it's about 15" from the brick on the sides & 36" from the back. I'd love to brighten up this area!

  • Jessica C
    Jessica C Stoughton, WI
    on Sep 19, 2013

    Love this transformation! I will have to stop in and see your shop, I am in McFarland, WI nice to meet a "neighbor" online!

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