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Historic Restoration and Preservation
what kind of brick was used on he ground?
What brick is this? What color mortar?
thanks for info. I love the bricks.
Brick used for patio was Old St. Louis.
It looks like a red brick that's been treated with something. I really like the way that the pool looks like it could be from centuries ago with the palm trees in the backdrop. I would love to have a brick pathway like this in my backyard. Luke | http://www.europeanstonedesign.ca/services.shtml
Though we did not install the pool pictured above, I see you have questions regarding colors of aggregate pool finishes. Most of our clients prefer Pebble Tec which has a unique feature on their website where you can see the water color change per depth for each line and color made. You can research
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The sensitivity of the white on the brick and the color of the siding is subtle and exceptional all in the same breath! Could you please share the colors? Thank you, in advance!
paint the brick it will clean up the look a bit. Thanks
Hi, you asked your question awhile ago. Cathedral ceilings and windows that follow the roofline were popular roughly 1960-1985 for contemporary homes, which could be ranches or two-stories, and were characterized by ranch style picture windows
windows with simple flat thick casings. Here are some pictures:
Unfortunately, no. I wish I could. I would offer that paint should be selecte with the initial brick in mind. Likewise, even with good paint two coats are needed on older homes to create a smooth look.
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
the color of the brick. Can you tell me the name and manufacturer?
I am in the process of building a Georgian Colonial and have to pick a brick. Thank you!
Where can I find similar patio furniture?
Beautiful Brick Design but is it real or faux brick panels and how long did it take to make this beautiful project. Thank you for great pictures and a great thread.
Triangle Brick did not post this image, so we can't positively identify the brick. However, it looks very similar to either our Savannah or Old Colony. I've attached detailed images, but if you would like more information, please go to our website:
What do you like about this photo?herringbone brick patio
rear patio idea of red brick and bluestone border
get that effect on the bricks?
Can you please tell me the color and manufacturer of the brick? Thanks!
Who is the patio furniture manufacturer?
The brick Hampton does not exist
Did you buy a particular type of fire brick for inside the fire box? I love the pattern. Thanks.
Is there a exterior picture of this ?
Hi - sorry to ask another question about the brick, but was this brick limewashed by any chance? We have really ugly brick on our house and are thinking of limewashing and was hoping to get a result like you have in these pictures. Thanks so much for any input you have!
exist, are you sure that is the name of the brick?
by smearing the mortar on the brick while the bricks were laid. Good luck! Gary Dresser Dresser Homes
Ink Architecture LLC
Chateau de Charleston
could you tell me the name of the brick? Thank you so much!
Where can I find the light fixture over the table in this picture?
Hi, Does the brick have a white washed finish? If so, how is that done? Thank you.
of this brick? I am not clear from previous response.
I absolutely love the look of this brick and would like to use it on a house we are building.
Looks definitely like Old Carolina Handmade brick.
Savannah Grey from Old Carolina Brick. See www.handmadebrick.com
Real brick. Southend Reclaimed provided the beams: http://www.southendreclaimed.com/
Where do you get beams like that? Are they real or the faux brick?
It is Savannah Grey from Old Carolina Brick Co.
actual whitewash color develops from a "fired on" variegated coating during the brick manufacturing. Houzz has an entire discussion on whitewashing brick, http://www.houzz.com/white-wash-brick.
Can you tell me how this brick was laid, specifically the mortar?
Was the mortar smeared or did the brick come that way? Thanks
Who is the manufacturer and brick name?
Brick was laid this way the mortar was specifically smeared on the brick, although its looks easy it takes a god mason to pull this off. We refer to this a sloppy mortar. FYI the mortar used has a base of portland cement
experienced that. I use portland cement for white mortar so there are no grey's in it. I have lived in my personal home for 11 years it is like the picture and is perfect to this day. Most builder will try to talk you out of white or Buff because the labor and materials are more costly and difficult to
Love the covered patio with pea gravel
Wayne Windham Architect, P.A.
Daniel Island Residence
please tell me the manufacturer and color of the brick used on this house?
what is the name of brick
would also like to know the name of brick
Those are made by Old Carolina Brick and are Savannah Grey oversize handmade brick.
Unfortunately, Triangle Brick did not post this picture, so we can't positively identify the brick. However, it looks very similar to our Charleston brick. I've attached a detailed image, but if you would like more
Looks like our Savannah Grey oversize handmade brick.
Carolina Brick and are Savannah Grey oversize handmade brick.
varied brick color, light molding, looks fresh
Red brick with dark frame windows and white accents/trim
Old Carolina Brick, Savannah Grey Oversize Handmade
Leslie Saul & Associates
May I ask what color paint you used on these bricks and the brand name? Thank you.
If you put a picture light on your painting, they will stand our more
The frames have a wire hanger in the back and are hung on picture hooks attached into the brick. The brick wall is actually stepped out like that.
how do you get the pictures to pop out like you did..
the offwhite color and the placement of the pictures
Exposed brick white with blonde, art
Faux brick panels in hallway instead of wainscoting?
use a sprayer for the most even results. You’ll probably want a brush to take care of mortar lines and cut in around doorways or windows. Because of brick’s rough edges, cutting in isn’t as easy as it is on a smooth surface, so use a narrow brush that you can manipulate around bumps and crags. STEP 4: