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08 Mar

This week we are beginning to work on lightening and brightening up the house where we’re moving. In the process, I hope to make it “ours.” Near the top of the priority list is to paint the paneling. This week, I’m planning on temporarily avoiding the rest of the wallpaper removal for painting the den area. Okay, so I really like the concept of this fireplace wall. John and Sherry painted the fireplace brick white in their last house. The before photo of this brick wall is so overwhelming and heavy.

There’s a lovely brick fireplace that is asking for a makeover. I like the white above the mantel and a whitewashed look below the mantel. And they’ve just whitewashed their brick fireplace wall in their current home! I really like how white paint transformed it into a light, bright space.

I’m not 100% sure what I’m going to do with the brick, but it definitely needs lightening up. I did some browsing around the internets to get some inspiration and I thought you might enjoy seeing these amazing brick fireplace makeovers too! I’ve been planning mine for weeks, but now I feel like a copycat. Here’s another wood-clad fireplace with gray painted brick from Beneath My Heart. I *think* my initial plan is to whitewash the brick with my beloved Shoji White paint color.

I adore this wood-clad fireplace from The Lettered Cottage. I’m trying to figure out if I should use my other favorite – Amazing Gray – below the mantel so that there is some contrast.

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My husband was against removing and painting the brick, so I had to get creative and find something that would make us both happy.Fireplaces have always been the center of attraction in any home.They provide warmth and a focal point that draws family and guests naturally.The product I found was a brick tinting kit made by a company called Dyebrick. After I looked at their gallery of projects and read their testimonials, I knew I had found my answer.I was able to sell it to my husband because it simply stains the brick, it doesn't change the texture of the surface like paint can sometimes.