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How to Update a Fireplace Door With Spray Paint

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My new house is all brass. I mean brass door knobs, brass light switches, brass. brass. brass. I can't stand it. So I'm slowing getting rid of the brass room by room.... starting with the fireplace doors.

This project was a quick and easy update that makes all the difference. If you follow me on social media, you know I'm all about the biggest bang for your buck when it comes to DIY. I love a quick afternoon project that transforms the room!! And this is it!

Time: 20 Minutes Cost: $6 Difficulty: Easy
My fireplace doors were really a very pretty design, but all brass.  I knew with a little spray paint, we could update those suckers in no time!!

The doors were attached to the brick with just one screw on each side.  It looked like this when I stuck my head in there.   I just loosened those screws and the whole door frame comes off.  Easy peasy.
I took the door to our sun room and laid it on some big sheets of cardboard.  This room has a big door and a fan so it has plenty of ventilation.  Work safe - make sure you either wear a mask, and/or work outside!! 

First up, I taped off the glass with painters tape Then I just covered the middle of the glass with paper and taped it again.  **If you get any spray paint on the glass it can be cleaned off with a straight razor!**
Next I grabbed my can of Rust-Oleum High Heat Spray Paint in flat black.  Shake it up really good for about a minute and then get to spraying. 
Spray in even layers, and several light coats is better than one heavy one.  
I sprayed the whole thing pretty quickly and then went back to double check I didn't miss any spots.  My blog post has a video of this process, if you'd like to see how it's done and a get a few pointers too.
I only let it sit about an hour (I'm impatient like that) before re-installing it.  And BAM just like that we've got a quick and easy fireplace door update! No more 80s Brass.

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Materials I used for this project:

  • Painters tape
  • Paper
  • Spray paint

To see more: http://www.rootsandwingsfurniture.com/blog/fireplaceupdate

Ask the creator about this project

  • Gdmmwd
    Gdmmwd Tipton, MO
    30 minutes ago

    Can’t take off screen on fire place it is cemented on want to paint black too

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