For Part 2 of my fireplace makeover – I painted the grey concrete hearth in front of the fireplace using a faux stone paint technique. I never liked the gray and love the Autumn Mountain color of the AirStone so I went to work to get the two to look more in the same color family. Craft paint – Beige, Grey, Brown, Yellow Ochre.  I used Martha Stewart – Wet Cement, Apple Barrel Beachcomber Beige, Folk Art Yellow Ochre, Folk Art Butter Pecan, Apple Barrel Nutmeg Brown, Folk Art Linen. To solve the problem, I added white trim molding around the hearth to lift up the AirStone so the top of the AirStone would be the same height as the hearth.

I wanted to nail the trim molding to the floor, but the wood floor is not thick and is directly on concrete, so I decided to use Liquid Nails to attach the trim molding to the floor.  Once that was secure, I added the stones using the AirStone adhesive.
2.  Dip a wet and then rung-out sponge into the paint a few times to mix the colors just a bit – not too much as you want to have color variations. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website.
If you would like to see how I did it you can find the post here – DIY Budget Fireplace Makeover.

Start dabbing the sponge onto the surface turning the sponge all different ways as you work.

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