15 Painted Brick Fireplaces That Steal The Show


A fireplace is often seen as the focal point of the room, most often the living room. It can be found in versatile designs and it can be made of versatile materials. The brick fireplaces may be the most common choice, since the beautiful bricks bring a natural look to the home and can fit into different interiors. And although natural bricks look good on their own, you can still choose to paint them. Such painted brick fireplaces can definitely steal the show and today we want to inspire you to paint the fireplace in your home too.

Brick fireplaces can be easily painted in any color you want. White, beige and grey are the most common color choices, and most often painting the fireplace with these colors make the fireplace matching with the rest of the room decor. Or if you wish your fireplace to stand out from the rest of the room decor, then you can paint it in black or maybe even in some vibrant color. For a great resource on fireplace painting, with DIY guides, product reviews, and other fireplace painting ideas, visit https://fireplacepainting.com/. Below, we have chosen several interiors with versatile painted brick fireplaces that can inspire you of how to paint the fireplace in your living room. Check them out!

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15 Painted Brick Fireplaces

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The first thing that you should do before painting the brick is to clean it thoroughly. A wire scrub brush will help you remove any dirt or dust. Apply TSP (trisodium phosphate) and wash it thoroughly with a heavy-duty cleaner. Rinse and let dry. Then it’s time to prime the brick. An oil-based primer will protect your paint against future soot stains as you use the fireplace. Simply lay a drop cloth and apply primer to the entire surface. And when the primer is dry, it’s time to paint. An indoor latex paint is the best choice in a combo with a roller meant for textured surfaces. And in case you cannot reach any spots with a roller, use a small paintbrush.

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So, would you choose to paint your fireplace and thus make it look more beautiful? Tell us in the comments and also, let us know which one from the above painted brick fireplaces did you like the best. And of course, stay up to date with the content of Top Dreamer to find many other interior design ideas for your home decor.