Fireplace Remodel - Paint & Stain

Hello fireplace! Do you think it’s time to give your fireplace a little facelift? It’s amazing to find out what a little paint and stain can do. This fireplace update can be achieved with three different steps.
1 – Stain your mantel darker to get rid of the dated orange color.
2 – Spray paint the brass with Rust-Oleum Hi Heat Black Spray Paint.
3 – Water down a mixture of your wall and trim paint to white wash the bricks.
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Fireplace Remodel | Paint & Stain Hello fireplace! Do you think it’s time to give your fireplace a little facelift? It’s amazing to find out what a little paint and stain can do.
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  • Ashley Ashley on May 17, 2016
    Please be more specific about white washing the brick
  • Kim5571680 Kim5571680 on May 17, 2016
    I'm echoing Ashley's question - what paint/stain product did you use, what brush type, did you dilute it? How long did you leave it on? How did you apply / take it off? Looks great! Thanks!

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  • Erika Martin Erika Martin on Sep 02, 2015
    What color paint did you use on the fireplace?
  • Cheryl Cheryl on Feb 27, 2016
    Thanks for sharing I love the results I got using your idea I used my wall color Valspar Ivory Brown in eggshell using a 4:1 ratio
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