Leslie Stocker at Colorways updated her fireplace with Pure and Original Paint. Come see her tutorial - amazing transformation! {Love My DIY Home} #PureandOriginal #DIY #Fireplaceupdate

Brick Fireplace Update by Leslie Stocker

Brick Fireplace: Leslie Stocker at Colorways updated her fireplace with Pure and Original Paint. Come see her tutorial - amazing transformation! {Love My DIY Home}

The kitchen’s ceiling beams were salvaged from a barn in Pennsylvania, while the new brick on the backsplash was sacked with mortar for a whitewashed look. Chris wrapped the island with reclaimed wood and topped it with a slab of Carrara marble. | Sense of Place | At Home in Arkansas | June 2016

The kitchen’s ceiling beams were salvaged from a barn in Pennsylvania, while the new brick on the backsplash was sacked with mortar for a whitewashed look. Chris wrapped the island with reclaimed wood and topped it with a slab of Carrara marble.

How to Whitewash a Fireplace

How to Whitewash a Fireplace

Love this for out livingroom but thick wood shelves and no hearth in front of the fireplace. See how to white wash your fireplace for an inexpensive update!

Here’s how Klemm did it: White paint with an eggshell finish was brushed on in small sections, and then wiped down with rags to remove most of the paint. (She did two coats like this, to achieve the lightness she was looking for). For a finishing touch, she sanded over all the bricks with a medium grit sanding sponge. This brought touches of the original color through and gave her the rich texture she felt was missing after the whitewashing.

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Here’s how Klemm did it: White paint with an eggshell finish was brushed on in small sections, and then wiped down with rags to remove most of the paint. (She did two coats like this, to achieve the lightness she was looking for). For a finishing touch, s

white washed brick fireplace tutorial...wish I'd seen this 15 years ago before I painted mine.

The Yellow Cape Cod: White Washed Brick Fireplace~Tutorial Paint on equal parts white paint and water with a paintbrush. Remove excess with rag. Repeat until you get desired lightness.

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