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Inspiration for an industrial family room remodel in New York with orange walls

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Industrial Family Room, New York

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myziggymyziggy wrote:December 6, 2011
  • Shawn Lagemann
    9 years ago
    To make a real brick wall is not a DIY project. Brick is heavy and needs structural support; how much depends on the height and width of the wall. Angle iron has to be installed at the bottom, for crush factor, it needs a solid substrate (not sheetrock) and must be supported from below, unless you are slab on grade. If you like the look and the wall you'd like to do is in between 2 walls (no outsie corners) you can "fake" it by using thin brick. Google thin brick to see manufacturers and colors. Hope this helps.
  • myziggy
    9 years ago
    thank you for your help!!!
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