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How to Paint a Brick Fireplace

Fireplace makeover including painted mantel and shelves, white washed brick and spray painted brass surround


I was looking for a more elegant way to keep my blow dryer & straightener out and easily accessible, so when I found this inexpensive metal candle holder at Target, something clicked! I grabbed a can of spray paint to match my bathroom decor, & simply mounted it to the wall with a screw anchor & screw. Inexpensive, sturdy, heat resistant, & cute...LOVE it!


Stone fireplace makeover! Watered down paint brushed and sponged on the stone & brushed random stones/all grout with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in French Linen. Heat resistant spray paint on the gold trim.

from SF Gate

How to Paint an Oven With Heat Resistant Paint

Whether your oven door is scratched and scuffed beyond repair, stained or a color that does not suit your style, you can repaint it quickly with little fuss. The key is to only use paint specifically ...


Thinking about painting a less expensive floor lamp (ikea?) gold instead of buying a pricier version from Urban Outfitters.

from Home Staging In Bloomington Illinois

Update Fireplace Doors With Spray Paint

Is your fireplace looking outdated because of its old, brass fireplace doors? If you’ve got about $10.00 to spare, you can update them with a can of heat-resistant spray paint. Here’s a…


For the TLC555 - use Watercolor Powders. I used various colors of Brushos here. I first stamped the Hero Arts image with Versamark on the smoother side of watercolor paper and heat embossed it with white embossing powder. I then sprinkled on two colors at a time, misted with water until I got the texture I wanted and heat set it. I then repeated that adding two more colors and heat set. I heat set in between so I didn't get mud.