The brass around this fireplace dated the area and did not flow with the rest of the room.
Adding glass tile made this fireplace look modern and cool.
Even though the brick was fine, it was missing something.
The new mantel, paired with plastered walls and a tiled firebox, totally changed this living room.
This red brick fireplace was hardly used except for collecting dust and random items.
It’s so simple, and the white washed look brightens up this room in no time.
This brick didn’t match the ambiance of the room, and made it very dark.
The white paint went perfectly with the gold trimmed shelves.
This simple fireplace could use some sprucing up.
By covering up the concrete mantel with wood, this fireplace got a whole new makeover.
This fireplace was really unique, but no one would buy the house.
You can’t go wrong with this dreamy mix.
The red brick didn’t do it, and the grey was too modern.
By smearing the paint around, you get a farmhouse feel with a great look.
Sure, it looked pretty on Christmas, but this blogger wanted something light and bright.
The drywall and new mantel was just what this blogger wanted.
This brick looked aged and old and didn’t do anything for the room.
By painting each brick separately, this blogger maintained the texture but gave it a fresh look.