Painting brick

Discover the power of painting brick to give your space a fresh new look. Explore top ideas to add color, texture, and style to your home.
White Wash Brick Fireplace, Clean Fireplace, Fireplace Update, Brick Fireplace Makeover, Home Fireplace, Painted Brick Fireplaces, White Washed Brick Wall, Fireplace Whitewash, Brick Fireplace Remodel

Supplies Needed 1 qt of paint -We used Behr Premium Plus in White Dove Large chip brush Water 2 1 qt mixing bucket or Handy Paint Pail Step 1: Clean fireplace We used warm water mixed with powdered tide @gocleanco style and this drill attachment to get 30 years of dirt off the hearth. It...

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Brick Fireplace Decor, White Wash Brick Fireplace, Red Brick Fireplaces, Fireplace Update, Brick Fireplace Makeover, Home Fireplace, Fireplace Whitewash, Brick Fireplace Remodel, How To Paint Fireplace

If you are looking for an easy update with a lot of impact, a whitewashed brick fireplace is right up your alley! This update is fast (like 1-2 hours), cheap (free even if you have leftover paint), and crazy transformative! Below I’ll share with you the process I used to whitewash this brick fireplace. Disclaimer:

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See how brick&batten designers, architects, and graphics turn these traditional ranch homes into absolute stunners..with before & after curb appeal makeovers. According to Zillow, 9 of 10 houses, in the 1950’s and 60’s were ranch style.  As the 80’s hit, people were opting for more square footage; however, the McMansion trend is quickly coming to an end and the 50’s ranches are BACK in a big way. Ranch homes are in high demand and ready to be updated.So let's get started in updating yours! Brick Ranch Houses, Brick Exterior House, Casa Exterior, House Designs Exterior, Exterior Design, 1960s Ranch House Exterior, Ranch Style Homes Exterior Remodel, Ranch Style Home Remodel, Lake Houses

See how brick&batten designers, architects, and graphics turn these traditional ranch homes into absolute stunners..with before & after curb appeal makeovers. According to Zillow, 9 of 10 houses, in the 1950’s and 60’s were ranch style. As the 80’s hit, people were opting for more square footage; however, the McMansion trend is quickly coming to an end and the 50’s ranches are BACK in a big way. Ranch homes are in high demand and ready to be updated.So let's get started in updating yours!

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