Home / Uncategorized / painted brick fireplaces
painted brick fireplaces

painted brick fireplaces

A fireplace, even a non-functioning one, is always a piece that gives cosiness and makes every room inviting. It’s always a bold feature that gathers all of the family members around it, and if it has catchy decor and details it will make a statement. Brick fireplaces are very often seen in different houses – common, whitewashed, but these ideas are not trending right now, a huge new trend is emerging and it is going nowhere – painted brick fireplaces!

A painted brick fireplace is like a new take on something very traditional – yes, you keep the bricks that are so common for fireplaces, but you also add some color to create an absolutely new look and add some shade to the room . Black brick fireplaces are out of competition here, but there are also colorful ones. Let’s look at all of these ideas.

Black brick fireplaces

A black brick fireplace is a fantastic decoration idea that does not require a lot of effort or money and makes a statement in many rooms, from the farmhouse to the minimalist one. Black color makes your fireplace look laconic and elegant and makes a statement with its strong color. If your room is bold or neutral the fireplace will contrast it, if it is monochrome it will match so it is a win-win situation.

Colorful brick fireplaces

A colorful brick fireplace is a very special decoration idea – it is ready to use right away! It can be blush, navy, blue, green, pink, copper, or any other color you like and want to add to your interior. Such a piece will spice up and cheer up the room, making it bolder and cooler. So take a look at your brick fireplace and decide what color you want?

Do you need a simple and practical idea to store your jewelry? Here it is! It's a cool jewelry hook that you can use to hang necklaces, bracelets, and even earrings. Take a large piece of clay in the base color you want. Roll it up and mix a color or two if you'd like. When you have achieved the colors, lengths, and thicknesses you want, stick a skewer through the piece. If the shape is a little spoiled, you can roll it again. Now make several black pieces, a little thinner and shorter - they will become your hooks. Now bend the top part of the 'hooks' onto the base. Continue reading the tutorial in the source.

About Warwick

Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *



Check Also

gender neutral nursery decor ideas

All of those blues and pinks are no longer popular – everyone goes to gender ...