By Brooke Ressell
A new stone fireplace can be a gorgeous feature in any room of your home. But an old, outdated one can quickly become an eyesore that you can’t wait to cover up. The biggest problem is that removing a stone fireplace surround and replacing it with another product such as drywall, tile, brick, wood, concrete, or steel can be an enormous undertaking, and it can get expensive quickly.
Fortunately, DIYers over the years have discovered just how easy—and inexpensive—it can be to completely change the look of an old, outdated stone fireplace by simply painting it. With just a few tools and materials and the perfect shade of paint, you can completely transform what was once an eyesore in your home into a feature that you just can’t stop staring at.
The best part is that learning how to paint a stone fireplace is probably much easier than you think, and we have you covered with this guide.