Is an Exposed Brick Chimney Uglifying your Loungeroom?

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Is an Exposed Brick Chimney Uglifying your Loungeroom? Articles

Is an Exposed Brick Chimney Uglifying your Loungeroom?

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If your fireplace / chimney area are looking a little unloved, you can use textured paint to restore it to its former glory.

A fireplace adds charm and a warm, homey feel to living rooms and are a trending feature in homes today. Traditionally found in older homes, fireplaces can look outdated in a contemporary room, especially if the brickwork on the chimney is ugly and exposed. Textured paint provides an easy and affordable alternative to relove and modernise the brickwork on your fireplace / chimney area. Dulux Texture Medium Cover allows you to add a fresh look to your fireplace brickwork without losing the brick pattern. Alternatively, if you wish to hide the brickwork altogether, use Dulux Texture Full Cover Roll On to disguise the bricks and finish with a modern rendered look.

Because the chimney area is typically exposed to a lot of heat, you want to make sure you are using the correct products for a project like this. So, if you’re planning on showing some love to your chimney area, contact your nearest Inspirations Paint store first and speak with our expert staff to make sure you get the job done right the first time. 

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