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Painting concrete walls

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Painting concrete cinder blocks to look like stone blocks. Awesome idea! The colors used here are lovely.

This stone wall is actually a concrete block wall painted to look like stone for Trinity Worship Center in Burlington, North Carolina. This space is used as their fellowship hall and needed an update. A few weeks ago, my brother-in-law Keith, who is on staff at TWC, contacted me asking for ideas for this space. The church was wanting a marketplace theme and already had the idea for an awning above the serving window.

The Yellow Cape Cod: 31 Days of Character Building: DIY Aged Brick Basement Walls

Welcome to day 28 of my 31 Day Series, Building Character. A few months ago, I wrote a post on a colorful vintage dresser makeover (you can read about it, here). I received a few emails asking me about the reflection in the mirror of the brick wall... This dresser resides in our partially finished lower level family room. The reason I refer to it as partially finished is because technically (by builder standards) that's what it is considered. When we moved in the basement was totally…

Everything I Create - Paint Garage Doors To Look Like Wood: Painting Concrete Blocks To Look Like Bricks

I completed a nice little project today. The assignment was to paint some concrete blocks to match the existing brick wall that the blocks ...

Before and after. Painted concrete patio. Grey latex Benjamin moore paint for floors and patios. Easy diy

Before and after. Painted concrete patio. Grey latex Benjamin moore paint for floors and patios. Easy diy

This basement wall is a poured concrete with a brick texture. I decided to paint the walls to look like real bricks, I also stained the concrete floor.

This basement wall is a poured concrete with a brick texture. I decided to paint the walls to look like real bricks, I also stained the concrete floor.

DIY Home Decor: How To Paint a Faux Concrete Wall Finish

A few years ago I wrote about a distressed glazing technique which has a distressed feel to it, a way we developed to add visual texture to your walls that doesn’t like a stock rag rolling. Here, we take this process one step further. The look is both soft and contemporary, works well in urban environments, and is still livable. It’s unique every time, and in this example we’re emphasizing a linear quality, as if the “concrete” was poured into a wood formwork.