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Interiors With Exposed Brick Walls


Interiors With Exposed Brick Walls

Exposed brick walls or even ceilings can instantly infuse a home with history and character. A lot of people like the look of exposed brick walls. They became popular in late 1900s. If you’re looking for inspiration to create a feature wall take a look at this brilliant example of exposed brick walls. Make your bedroom new again with an exposed, distressed, painted or classic red brick wall. Faux options are available for the tighter budget and space. Exposing brick in your home can add character to any room.

Older homes typically have brick underneath the plaster walls, and the brick may still be in good condition. You can expose and restore it back to its former beauty. Tackle this project on your own with these following steps on exposing brick. Application of expose brick wall are not too difficult, the need of concern is the mounting level of neatness and accuracy of selection of brick wall in perfect shape and not porous. Wall exposure is ideal for dimensional of high 4 centimeter (1.6 in), width 6.5 centimeter (2.6 in) and length 12 cm.

Exposed brick is an interior design element that has captured the likes of urbanites for years. Test the wall you wish to expose the brick on. Chip a hole in the plaster until you can see the brick and what condition it is in. Brick was a common construction material in the 19th century, but sometimes the quality was not always the best. By testing a small area, you can see if the brick underneath is worth exposing. The brick should not crumble or break when you touch it and should be free of any major cracks. If the brick looks good, proceed with the project.