I did about a three foot section at a time, and then before the paint dried I brushed on some mahogany wood stain (my favorite).
Monday, August 16
Did I really paint the brick? You bet!
The brick around my daughter's wood burning stove was this old dingy yellow color that made the stove stick out like a sore thumb. (I wonder where that expression came from...) We had painted the wood paneling in that room a turtle green, which made the brick stand out even more... So, I painted it!I used the turtle green paint and a Shur Line brush, it was the perfect size for the brick. I painted some of the bricks dark and some of them lighter allowing the original color to show through.