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Here are three fireplace problems and their solutions.Problem 1: Updating a Brick Fireplace Karen's mom wants to put her house on the market, but before she does, Karen wants to update her retro brick wall and fireplace.Or, consider painting random brick triads in auburn across a taupe-washed fireplace and cladding, then adding a distressed mantel in auburn milk paint.A finishing touch includes a mantel-top frame in distressed cherry.Since then, Remodelaholic has become a great community and resource for all those wanting to know how to make their builder-grade home BEAUTIFUL on a budget!
The design pro and blogger transformed her dark and dated fireplace into something bright and beautiful by whitewashing the brick.
Is your fireplace the statement piece you want it to be, or is it more of an eyesore?
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are those glaring ugly brass stripes, going across the front of the glass. I just think they cheapen the look of the whole fireplace.
I’ve always planned on painting them, but for some reason I never gave it a priority.
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