Fireplace decoration with fresh colors spice up
Have you been thinking more and more of a fireplace decoration lately? Do the bricks around your fireplace or the wall itself look brownish and dirty? Then it’s high time to do something about it. It’s not always about a complicated renovation that takes up a lot of time and money.
The simplest and most economical way to make your fireplace look new is to dye it.
Today we will introduce you to some colorful ideas on how to refresh your interior with colors. Of course you will need some utensils and materials from the hardware store. You have the free choice to choose the appropriate colors for your fireplace decoration. Think about the background color and the accents. How can you combine with each other?
Fireplace decoration – what do you need for it?
- paint tray
- ink roller
Ancient elegance with a modern flair
Start with the chimney beautification by first removing the soot and ash from the bricks. You can use a broom or a hard sponge. If the surface is clean enough, first paint with the paint roller in the base color of your choice. With the brush you also reach all the corners that have not got any color yet. Wait until the primer is completely dry. This can take a few hours.
Lemon yellow on light gray for more dynamics
Insert the sponge when entering the accent color. Moisten the sponge with water and wring it well. It’s best to use a sponge the size of the bricks or cut it off as needed.
Pour a bit of accent paint into the paint tray and dip the sponge into it. On the box you can try out whether the sponge is evenly covered with paint. Afterwards, all you have to do is press on each brick to reach the desired intensity of the color.
For most of you, it may well be that the fireplace has already been plastered, or has an iron cladding, for example. Do not worry, you can use the same procedure on the other surfaces as well.
Below you can see more original and easily implemented ideas for your interior. Maybe you choose one of them or you just get inspired. Either way, move your fireplace decoration no longer, but do a stylish embellishment with fresh colors!
Eclectic in coral red
Artfully with hunting lodge flair
Eccentric in pink and lavender
Noble textures and muted colors
Neutral colors and warm wood nuances
Green calms the senses
Stylish and original
Minimalist elegance for red lovers
The coarse plaster contrasts with the modern glass fireplace
A mirror in the fireplace for optical expanse
Pure joie de vivre
Fireplace decoration in delicious orange