How to Paint a Concrete Wall to Look Like Stone - Sonya Hamilton Designs
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.
Ragging the walls and more Cobblestones
Round two on the floors at the new Reading store had Colin taking over completely after about 5 hours of squatting and shifting across the floor. I couldn't take it anymore! My knees and butt were worn out and any muscles found in the gluteus maximus were being rediscovered with a vengeance and they begged me to be kind and knock it off!! So at about 4 in the afternoon I switched to ragging the walls. At least I could stand and climb a ladder and when I got down low I could plop onto the…
Easy Painted Concrete Rug
This is an easy tutorial that leaves you with a beautifully painted patio you'll enjoy for years to come! My husband and I were tired of looking at our plain patio, but couldn't find an outdoor rug that fit our space. Finally, I got an idea and decided to try painting it! After giving the porch a thorough cleaning and allowing it to dry, it was time to prep for paint. We used painter's tape to mark the outline of the rug and then added tape going across to create stripes. After…
faux brick patio.
I did this to my patio floor about three months ago, but I'm scatter-brained and forgot to share it with you all! I also couldn't ever seem to get a photo that I was pleased with, but here's my best shot: This project only took me a few hours over the course of a couple days, although I will shamefully admit that I still have a few finishing touches to add, like painting the bottom of the walls where I accidentally got gray paint on the white, and touching up the areas in the old aluminum…
Last year I cut a sponge the size of a brick, dipped it in concrete stain, and stamped a "paver" patio on one side of our driveway. The MN winter took it's toll on the finish. This year I re-stained the "pavers" using an artist brush - going over each one carefully. I then finished with a strong water repellant topcoat. The results are amazing. Total cost - under $50.00. 3 Days work
How to Paint Faux Brick | Hunker
Brickwork can be a beautiful addition to a home or garden, but can be expensive to install. Creating a faux brick effect is one of the best ways to add interest to a dull wall or floor. There are a variety of methods, depending on the surface you're painting your faux brick on to.
How to Cover Concrete Steps With Thin Brick | Hunker
Concrete makes stout long-lasting steps. The look, however, can leave something to be desired. One way to dress up concrete steps without sacrificing their utility is with thin brick pavers.
How to Fake an Expensive Walkway With This Clever Hack
I saw an amazing diy project creating a fake walk way years ago. I love it so much, when it came to redoing our walkway, I knew exactly what to do. Faux Brick is amazing, all the look without the pricetag. faux brick | diy brick | bricks | walkway | diy walkway | updates walkway | home decor | diy home decor | home | good home | outdoor projects | outdoor ideas