Tools & Materials

  • Drop cloth
  • Painter's tape
  • Paint color of your choice
  • Whisk broom
  • Vacuum cleaner


Step 1

To begin, cover the floor surround the brice facade with a drop cloth and use painter’s tape to cover corners and items you want to keep paint-free.

Step 2

Clean off the brick with a whisk broom and vacuum crevices to remove all loose dirt and dust.

Step 3

Fill the front end of the paint sprayer with the paint color of your choice. We used Annie Sloan chalk paint in Paris Grey.

Step 4

Begin close to the ceiling and spray in a horizontal pattern from left to right, keeping the sprayer about three inches away from the surface. Repeat and overlap to cover thoroughly. To paint the surface of the floor, hold the paint sprayer downward at a 45 degree angle.

  • Home Decor
  • Interior Rooms
  • Living Room
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