Bricks are a basic element of construction that in the most cutting decorative currents have a great importance. In an industrial style the brick is fundamental but also in other styles this element can be used, either naked or painted.
In this kitchen with the walls covered in white wood, the brick becomes a focal point that strongly attracts attention by creating an intense contrast.
But also in more classic styles, brick can provide a vintage touch that breaks the excessive formality of the environment.
Its use in various walls of a room, fragmented as in this case by the windows, produces a unifying feeling. Although it is important to play with the color of the brick so that it does not create an excessive impact.
In modern environments the brick combines perfectly providing a vintage, rustic or industrial touch that contrasts with the latest furniture and designs.
The rustic brick combines perfectly with a floor covered in wood and furniture of various styles. Creating an eclectic style with a very personal touch is easy with this material.
When we have a brick wall like this chimney, we may be interested in softening its effect by painting the white bricks. An easy way to give a new air to a surface covered or built with bricks and we are a bit tired of its effect.
Sometimes it becomes a material of essential use as in this beautiful kitchen where the raised barn style ceiling and wooden floor need that brick wall either original or reconstructed.
The brick painted in white can have a balancing function as in this porch where dark tones abound.