The fireplace becomes a focal point of the house wherever you place it, but usually it can be seen in the living room and has different finishes made of different materials. Some used concrete, other wood. But a common material that has always been used for a fireplace is the bricks. These not only look beautiful, but also give your home a natural look. And if you’re tired of looking at the natural brick finish, you can paint it anytime. Yes, brick fireplaces can be painted in any color you want!
I know, it sounds amazing that you can actually paint on your own brick fireplace! For this reason, we have put together some pictures of painted brick fireplaces in the living room. The common colors for fireplaces are white and gray, but I think nothing is wrong if you try to use other colors as well. However, what you will see in this list is white, gray and beige. These are of course the perfect colors for a fireplace, especially if you want a more neutral look. Scroll down now and see what we have for you.
1. Braircrest Remodel
I love the colors and textures used in this living room. What makes the room even more beautiful is the gray painted brick fireplace! That way it looks really modern.
2. Nelson House Wolfe & Wolfe Home
You can also use this color for your fireplace. Note that it is only a little darker than the house wall. It is also nice to add black and white furniture in the living room.
3rd Bay House
Another gray fireplace in which a large piece of art is installed. In this way, the living room looked even more beautiful. Although the fireplace had a dark color, the area was still bright due to the surrounding windows.
4. Midtown East residence
Here is a perfect contrast of white and gray to see. And on the sides of the fireplace are open shelves in which the books are sorted by color. Beautiful or?
5. Cool Ranch House
I love this! Instead of painting the fireplace in one color, the owners decided to turn it into an accent wall with a geometric pattern. I also like the colorful cushions used in the house and the striped blue and white curtains. And of course, this chair looks really interesting!
6. Amagansett Modern Farmhouse
I know that the antler chandeliers used here are interesting, but what’s more attractive is the glaze that was used for the fireplace and made it shimmer a bit.
7. Mountain Craftsman Residence
If you want to keep some of the tile’s texture while you paint it white, you can whit it white as follows, resulting in a stunning artisan room with a subtle shabby-chic character.
8. Carmel Mid-Century LEED
But of course, if you want it to look a lot neater, then paint it like this living room all in white. What I love here is the combination of white and wood. Such a lovely contrast! Apart from that, the textures look very good too!
9. Hollywood Chic Living Room
Another whitewashed brick fireplace for a contemporary living room. Even if the fireplace is not lit, this room looks warm and cozy due to the colors and lighting.
10. Eleanor Street # 1
A light gray color will also make your fireplace look beautiful. I love the midcentury feel of this living room!
A contrast of black and white is used in this living room, which uses bulky furniture that looks almost baroque in style. I am sure you have noticed the design of the coffee tables. Very interesting, right?
12. Artisan family house | Ocean Park
Another black fireplace for a craftsman’s house. It is a good idea to paint this with black as it gives the area more attraction.
13. Gender neutral style
Yes, it is black, but it seems more like charcoal with a wooden mantel on which pretty objects hang. I like the way this room is decorated with throw pillows and everything!
14th Pacific Heights
For this fireplace dark gray is used, on which also wood elements are. It’s obviously a spacious living area that’s carpeted.
15. Black Painted Brick in the United States
There are many interesting features in this living room from the fireplace to the firewood warehouse. I also like the lighting and the patterns on this sofa. Is not that a very bright living area?
16th lagoon house
I like how the colors are distributed from the carpet to the pillow in the living room. It’s also a good idea to use dirty white for the fireplace.
17th living room
A combination of concrete, wood and brick led to a beautiful living room! You can see that the modern fireplace sits right there on the brick part. I love the modern contemporary look of this house!
18th Scandinavian-inspired single-family home
A beautiful Scandinavian house with so many white colors, even on the fireplace. What breaks his white, are a touch of powder blue and some wood elements.
19. Newport Beach Residence
This is certainly a cozy living area with a fireplace that has some beige colors. What made this cozy is the floor to ceiling windows on one side and the comfortable sofa.
20. Greenwich, CT
Contrasting colors are used in this living room, but at this angle you can see the color of the fireplace in the interior walls, as it is not painted black.
Interesting, right? The painted brick fireplaces you saw above received a unique touch and it turned out they were really beautiful. You can see that with the updated fireplace, the entire living room looked beautiful and it certainly fits into the current style that the owners wanted for their home. Apart from that, the fireplace looked even more beautiful as the center of the living room. This is a great way to update a room while preserving its historical value, especially if you live in a house that has been around for ages! How about you, would you also paint your fireplaces? If so, what color do you have in mind?