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Friday, December 17, 2010

How to cover a brick fireplace

Before Photo

This Greensboro, NC client was not happy with the dated brick fireplace, and preferred to avoid a time consuming and costly remodel job. We applied our limestone finish (see AFTER photo below). It is a quick and inexpensive solution for covering dark paneling and brick. This treatment it durable, fresh, and available in any color tone. We'd like to hear from you. What's in your home that needs a cost effective interior design solution?

After Photo
(painted paneling and refaced fireplace)
This homeowner preferred to reface their brick fireplace.
We installed limestone tiles from floor to ceiling
to make the 8' ceilings feel taller.

Painting this brick fireplace allowed the
homeowner to achieve the metropolitan
feeling they preferred.
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Matt said...

Wow, what a difference!

nickerauen said...

Great job... It has a fresh, clean look to it.

Steve Devis said...

Good & informative post because everything need protection from damage that's why this blog is very informative for me.
Stone fireplaces

Madeline Gabriel said...

I'm curious about the limestone finish over the brick, especially the different color options. It looks beautiful. We have the exposed brick from the fireplace continuing into an upstairs bedroom. I love that room because it has high, slanted ceilings and the brick but it is the smallest room. The limestone finish over the brick up there would probably give it a beautiful dramatic feature to spice it up.