New Look For an Old Stove
I've got a thing for white, bright interiors, especially when the weather outside is treacherous. There's just something incredibly cozy about arriving home and finding yourself surrounded with a calming white aesthetic. Naturally, after spotting this gorgeous living room, I was drawn to the gorgeous, white furnishings --- specifically the homeowner's sweet white wood-burning stove.
At first sight, I could have sworn the stove was painted white, but after contacting the homeowner, it turns out the model was originally offered in white. Sadly, I can't seem to find the same model available in the U.S., as our dear homeowner lives in Norway. Of course, I rarely take no for an answer, so I set out to find a way to re-create the look ourselves.
Turns out painting wood-burning stoves is easy enough with a bit of Stove Paint. Withstanding temperatures up to 120 degrees, Stove Paint offers a variety of colors to brighten up your fireplace (and room!). Even better? A good coat of paint does more than just improve the appearance of your hearth appliance; properly applied paint protects your fireplace or stove from rust and helps to maximize longevity.