Ever since I started dreaming of moving out on my own, I imagined a space that included brick walls. While I have yet to live in such a home, we have started to house hunt. Ah yes, house hunting — in San Francisco — a challenge in itself. Adding brick walls to my wish list might just kill our realtor.
Then read on as I have a solution on how to get that brick wall look without leaving your current home — even if you rent!
Even in a Traditional style home, brick brings in gorgeous texture and color.
I love this Eclectic living room. The brick is just the right color, and it pulls in the warm tones found in the coffee table.
I love this painted black brick wall; it’s the perfect backdrop of Contemporary artwork.
This Industrial bathroom is what my dreams are made of. With a gorgeous mix of the texture from the brick and the natural pattern found in the marble, the space is far from feeling flat and cold.
Whether covering an entire wall or just exposed within a niche, exposed brick can anchor a space and draw you in.
Proving brick only adds to the wow factor of a well-executed gallery wall.
Want the look but not moving homes? Try these DIY options that will add drama, visual texture, warmth, depth, and color to a room.
Starting with the most labor intensive version, veneers provide a realistic brick appearance to any room.
Try this veneer as shown in the image above.
Renter friendly DIY tutorial found here.
I think if I find the house and there isn’t a brick in sight, this textured wallpaper will give me the look I’m after!
Try panels that are paintable. A step-by-step tutorial may found here.
Would you love a brick wall or accent in your manicured home?