Don't like your dark red fireplace? White-Wash the brick!! "Super easy. You just water down paint and paint it on. I would paint a small section then wipe it off a bit with a rag. It took a couple hours. Not bad." -- Amber Dickey Photo Awesome job and a great way to lighten up a room and add a fresh look to an old fireplace. Thanks for sharing Amber!
Cooling chickens in extreme heat. The bricks get cool from the water and then the chickens get cool from standing on the bricks. I froze disposable aluminum cake pans of water. In the morning I just pop one out, it's basically an ice brick, and put it under the bricks with some water. When I come back in the afternoon there is still some ice left on the ice brick and the water is nice and chilly and the bricks are cool. And so are the chickens . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q4gtc07kmD0
DIY painted rock fireplace. I updated our rock fireplace last weekend. It was 70's brown stone and I wanted to lighten it up to better match our walls, which we were painting grey. It only took about 2 hours and less than $15 to do. I made a simple mix of grey acrylic paint (found at Michaels for .75 ea. (took 3 bottles total) and a little water. Sponged it over the brick (left mortar dark grey) and sealed it with a $10 gallon of masonry seal (found at home depot).
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this is probably the easiest DIY transformation i've ever seen. it only took these guys a total of 3 hours to do, after they put the kids to bed!
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https://flic.kr/p/CHx9e4 | The Hill at CU Boulder Full View | This build is part of the second phase installed at CU Boulder's Heritage Center this October as part of their ongoing Hit The Bricks exhibit. The Hill buildings are various historical representations from different time periods on the Hill in Boulder. If you find yourself in Colorado sometime this year, check with The Heritage Center for current viewing hours.