Dark blue fireplace brick

Transform your fireplace with dark blue brick for a stunning and unique look. Explore top ideas to add a touch of elegance and style to your home.

Colors Photographed in this listing: Photos 1-3 Modern Rustic Weathered Oak Photos 4 Contemporary Rustic Ebony Photos 5-6 Contemporary Rustic Weathered Oak Photo 7 Modern Rustic Dark Walnut Photo 8 Contemporary Rustic Provincial Photo 9 Contemporary Rustic Color Stains Photo 10 Modern Rustic Color Stains Our mantels come in standard lengths of 45, 50”, 60", 66” , 72" and 82" with three depth/height options, 9"deep by 5" tall , 7" deep by 6" tall and, 5” deep by 5” tall. Our Mantels are…

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Kristina Scott
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Maribel Cabrera
Painted fireplace first with SW primer, then 2 coats of Naval. Last was a wash (1 part white, 1 part blue, 4 parts water) painted and dabbed one to three bricks at a time. Mantle was built out of knotty pine. Distressed and stained with Varathane Kona. Installed using a french cleat attached to old mantle. Brass doors were scuff sanded and spray painted with Rust-Oleum high heat enamel. Lastly, the tiles were removed from the hearth and replaced with Gulfstream Islands tile. Home, White Wash Brick Fireplace, Stained Brick, White Wash Brick, Painted Brick Fireplace, Shiplap Fireplace, Painted Brick Fireplaces, Brick Fireplace Makeover, Brick Fireplace

Painted fireplace first with SW primer, then 2 coats of Naval. Last was a wash (1 part white, 1 part blue, 4 parts water) painted and dabbed one to three bricks at a time. Mantle was built out of knotty pine. Distressed and stained with Varathane Kona. Installed using a french cleat attached to old mantle. Brass doors were scuff sanded and spray painted with Rust-Oleum high heat enamel. Lastly, the tiles were removed from the hearth and replaced with Gulfstream Islands tile.

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Patrick Mastromatteo