Fireplace Accent Wall Style Design
Fireplace Accent Wall – A fireplace is usually the focal point of a room, as it visually breaks the wall. This effect can be increased with a different color of paint on this wall. Accent walls can add drama, depth and more visual interest to space, especially if combined with a fireplace. The choice of color is very important for this wall, as well as the use of proper techniques, to avoid damaging the chimney. Choose a contrasting or complementary color.
Not only do you have to take into account the color of the other walls of the room, but also the color of the chimney ring. For example, if the other walls of the room are painted fireplace accent wall light blue, and the ring of the fireplace is red, a dark navy blue would be complementary. A contrasting color would be yellow. Of tape outside the chimney ring. Use painter’s tape to cover the edges of the chimney ring.
Do not use the fireplace until the entire project fireplace accent wall has been completed. For additional protection, cover the entire chimney on plastic protective fabrics and tape below. Of tape outside the baseboards and the ceiling. This will help protect your post and minimize the possibility of getting paint on the ceiling. Paint the wall. Cut on top, bottom, and sides with a brush. Roll the paint over the rest of the wall.