This is the first of a couple projects I've done recently using Rustoleum High Heat Spray Paint.
Originally I went looking for some flat black paint to redo this chandelier in our house that I am going to change from the brown Tuscan look to black and clear glass. And I am also going to move it from over the dining room table. Too many of us have hit out heads. I just feel it is too big for right there.
I still haven't done that project, but I found the black flat paint!
Anyway, back to what I did do.
Here's the fireplace when we bought the house.
Nothing too crazy awesome or horrible, but that brown paint HAS to go!
In the process of painting and random mantel display as I was unpacking boxes.
Not bad for having no real plan in mind.
Here we are with all the painting complete and the fireplace actually painted.
If you go back to the top I spray painted the brass slats on the fireplace itself to black.
The fireplace face all comes off easy.
I did two coats to make sure it was all covered.
I also cleaned the glass.
What a huge difference that made.
Without the brass we all like it better.
The mantel is sort of put back together now (not in this picture), but we are waiting on a deer mount to be finished to hang right there in its place of honor. Can't wait to see it all done!