Using Brick in Existing Spaces: Kitchens and Living Rooms

Using Brick in Existing Spaces: Kitchens and Living Rooms
March 30, 2015 MePush Web Team

thBrick is an incredibly versatile material, especially when used in kitchens, living rooms, and dens.

Backsplashes

Brick has the unique ability to make a space feel industrial and chic or cozy and traditional – it depends on the color and style of brick that you choose.

Red brick, white brick, grey brick or even black brick can all be used and give a vastly different feel based on the fixtures, cabinets, appliances, flooring, and countertops that you choose.

Ceilings and Archways

Brick can also be used to create a focal point, like an arch or entryway to another nook or room.

Or, apply brick to a vaulted ceiling for a luxurious and unique look.

Walls

Brick walls can be used to create a focal point and may be functional as part of the construction or merely decorative. Don’t limit yourself to natural or raw brick though – distressed walls or painted walls also add character and charm.

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It goes without saying that brick and fireplaces go together. Bricks can be used on the face of a fireplace, the entire wall, as an accent along the top, or as a mantel. The options are endless.

Depending on the design and installation, the brick can make a room seen larger or taller and immediately gives the room texture.

Bricks don’t always need to be installed horizontally either. Applying them in a chevron pattern as opposed to the basic, stacked design, gives instant visual interest.