Updating stone fireplace

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It’s not possible to divide one drop or 1/96th of an ounce. Therefore, it is omitted from the quart versions of Winter Snow. This wasn’t meant to be a color lesson, but it’s also a case in point about how inter-related everything is.

If you don’t know this, the wonderful blogger, Michele Ginnerty of My Nottinghill “cracked the Darryl Carter Paint Code” Winter Snow is very close to Benjamin Moore White Diamond oc-61 which is just a hair cooler. Nancy used decorator’s white in the entrance foyer. It’s probably the coolest of the three, but please remember that it is relative and very much light-dependent!

I spent some time browsing home improvement blogs and DIY forums, and finally decided to give faux painting techniques a try.

I figured I could fall back on a simple monochromatic look if my art project turned into a misadventure.

This base coat serves two purposes: it creates realistic-looking mortar between the stones, and a consistent base color for the "glaze" colors applied over the top with a sponge.And blimey, I spent a considerable amount of time looking for a photo of it. It’s also upsetting because her next door neighbor purchased the home 4.5 years ago and then tore the whole thing down. In the center was a magnificent Lannon stone fireplace that formed the core of the home. Now, you might say that you like the hall and the stairs. The hall and stairs are already inherently charming with the wainscoting, arched doorway, high ceiling and wonderful old newel post. And it doesn’t go with Nancy’s fresh collected style. Nancy used Benjamin Moore paint in semi-gloss on the fireplace stone. haha xo, PS: Jennifer had a question about what to do if there’s no backsplash.That is an indigenous stone to Wisconsin and reminds me of something I would expect to see in an ancient ruin, but not as crumbly. The mouldings, pilasters, columns, high ceilings – give it away. I promise, there will be no pain; in fact many report an intense euphoria. I’m sure it needed a lot of primer to cover the brown. I didn’t have a good answer, at the time, but this is what Nancy and her contractor came up with. I bought a gallon of Behr "classic taupe" in flat finish -- the kind without primer mixed in.(For the record, the Behr "ultra" with primer mixed in is not worth the extra money.

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