Published at Wednesday, September 25th 2019, 11:14:46 AM. Fireplace. By Laurence Schlicher.
Color blocking has been a major trend the past few years in everything from clothing to home design. Similarly, the DIY movement is making a huge comeback as the desire for unique, personal touches grows. This gorgeous fireplace combines both of those ideas to create a customizable look to match any decor. This look is simple to achieve and using a bright color against a largely neutral backdrop is an eye-catching element guaranteed to lend a polished air to any room. It`s particularly striking when you add small touches such as pillows or lampshades in the same color. A painted fireplace such as this one is the perfect way to express your creativity and personality!
Nothing screams cozy quite like snuggling up in a blanket next to a toasty fire on a cold winter day. If you`re looking to bring the hearth into your home, or simply revamp your fireplace, these Dering Hall designs are the perfect inspiration.
Painting a red brick fireplace white is a clean, modern, and timeless idea as shown with this newly built example in a modern farmhouse inspired den by Erin and Kirsten, the interior designers behind House of Jade Interiors based in Utah. The fireplace was constructed using reclaimed bricks. The duo points out that brick is super porous and it will take multiple coats of paint to cover adequately. For a pinch of contrast, the hearth pad features black and white square tile laid out in a harlequin inspired pattern.
And while many homes built during certain periods feature built-in fireplaces, they may require an update to keep with the times and one`s personal needs.