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Holly Marder
The home of Aafke
Update old floors with removable deck tiles. These easy-to-install wooden tiles can be snapped into place quickly and taken up when you move,
Update old floors with removable deck tiles. These easy-to-install wooden tiles can be snapped into place quickly and taken up when you move, making them an
Update old floors with removable deck tiles. These easy-to-install wooden tiles can be snapped into place
removable deck tiles from ikea, possible idea for back porch??
Removable deck tiles over existing floor
Update old floors with removable deck tiles. These easy-to-install wooden tiles can be snapped into place quickly and taken up when you move, making them an especially good solution for renters. You don’t need to live with a crummy patio floor anymore.
“Removable deck tiles” — kernanjl
Eric Watson Architect, P.A.
Entry Foyer
how do i get my old english red brick to become like this white wash?
Looks like original handmade brick with the plaster removed. Similar to our Georgetown at Old Carolina Brick.
Looks similar to old French quarter brick.
for the brick. Love this look.
This exposed brick has to be somewhere
brick wall with wood side table
LOVE me a brick accent wall!
brick wall (either as wall, back splash, or floor)
Georgetown from old Caroline brick co
I like the way the brick is white washed
“brick wall” — Lori Kocken
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
West Chelsea Loft
I have recently taken off old plaster to expose interior brick walls. After cleaning should I seal them? Is there a sealer that won't alter the look of the brick? I would like to avoid the "glossy" look. Thanks, Theresa
I removed paint from brick in my condo kitchen using Peel Away, then used a brush to wash, and sealed with linseed oil. I applied it once and in 11 years did not do anything more to the brick. It looked great.
I haven't heard that brick needs to be sealed, so I'm curious to see if someone knows
Love the bricks and sloppy mortar
Exposed brick (by dining room table)
back the brick. The 1970s turned many of us against the internal exposed brick wall — happily this look is on the rise again. Done well, humble brick adds texture and character to many styles of architecture. Old bricks were often handmade and have a beautiful feel. New bricks can entice the colors out
“Brick wall” — chelsb14
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
Best of Houzz Winner 2013 + 2014
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Sara Bates
South Philly Row House
save brick in Jim's upstairs office?
old brick accent wall in dining room
I like the brick walls for my office
of the brick wall, wood floors, bed and desk.
exposed brick wall possibility for upstairs
With an old brick wall like this one, what else do you need? Again, the area has been put to marvelous use as both a bedroom and an office. In my next entry in this series, we’ll talk about the use of scale and color in your new small home.More: 15 Rooms That Excel at Double Duty
had to remove wall-to-wall carpeting and layers of paint to uncover the original flooring on the second and third levels, a project that he estimates cost around $1,000 and a few weeks of his time. "The stairs got new treads and risers, and dry times were longer in the winter," he says.Bed frame: Brimfield
“walls” — tomflegguk
Hufft Projects
2 Reviews
Modern w/ a Side of Ranch
g the old from the new. Rather than razing the entire residence an effort was made to conserve what elements could be worked with and added space where an expanded program required it. Clad with cedar, the addition contains a master suite on the first floor and two children’s rooms and playroom on the
were removed and ceiling vaults expressed. A new kitchen island both defines and complements this singular space. The parti is a modern addition to a suburban midcentury ranch house. Hence, the name “Modern with Ranch.”
make my brick look like this?
Could you tell me how the brick was colored? It looks like paint and not a stain. Could you share details? Thanks!
the dark brick accent on the
“Dark stain” — soundmindryan
Ink Architecture LLC
1 Review
Chateau de Charleston
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.
of the brick? Thank you so much!
Hi, Does the brick have a white washed finish? If so, how is that done? Thank you.
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.
during the brick manufacturing. Houzz has an entire discussion on whitewashing brick, http://www.houzz.com/white-wash-brick.
reclaimed from old factories. Often these floors will give you a mixed width and widely varied patina from new pine to dark oil stained spots due to the history of the lumber. This floor looks great. The installers and contractors did an excellent job.
“indoor brick” — rachelking07
Ben Herzog
8 Reviews
Park Slope Brownstone
type of brick is this? Is there a name for it? Where can I get?
I really like the multi-colors and irregularity, looks old :-) Love it Thanks
is just old brick- beyond that, I don't know. Here in Brooklyn, you can often match the old brick by going to salvage yards where they have it from old townhouses. Sometimes, you pay something like 50 cents a brick. I believe we got this brick from the rear facade of the house- when we opened up the
www.lakeandmountainhome.com will build you an old farm table in the size and in the color you want. They build out of reclaimed old oak and reclaimed old pine.
love the wood island also the brick inside if fantastic
Ceiling in kitchen. Remove beams in kitchen and cross family room beams
“Desk” — cbrockatkins
Tanner Vine - 2Go Custom Kitchens Inc
1 Review
Kitchen 002
construction brick is used as a backsplash. I also wanted to build around the structural beams with same color brick, making a good size column. Help!
love the brick look and have been thinking of doing that in my kitchen. I have cream colored smooth and polished travertine floor, going with frameless white shaker style cabinets and I'm struggling with the color of a counter top and a backsplash material and color. I would probably pick the reddish brick
wanted brick. We used this company Arto Brick, take a look at their website... http://www.artobrick.com/ The look is rustic and perfect for Spanish style, modern style, or rustic style. I used the 1x9 Villagio Brick GB25 in Tuscan Mustard... http://www.artobrick.com/interior-exterior-wall-floor They
“mismatch kitchen” — fleshoid
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