Adding Stone or Brick Walls to Your Existing Home
If you don’t already have it as part of the natural infrastructure of your home, brick and stone walls can be installed in almost any room in your house. From the bathroom, to the bedroom, to the kitchen, the living room, and beyond. There are few places, if any, that cannot support a natural brick or stone accent wall or feature installation.
Deciding What Kind of Brick or Stone Wall To Install
I will point out, in case you haven’t realized it yourself already, that not all of the ideas you see before you come from natural brick or stone. Some are stone clad or brick faced. Some are completely faux, using brick or stone wallpaper or other techniques to create the look of stone. Although I dare you to tell the difference… at least from a distance.
This is a good thing. It means you don’t have to wait until you buy a house that already has an exposed brick wall, or try to demo interior walls in the hopes of finding an exposed brick gem underneath. You can create the look yourself using a variety of available products and techniques.
A Little Bit of Exposed Brick or Stone Can Go a Long Way
You don’t always need a lot of stone or brick to create an impact. Small accent installations can be extremely effective.
Source: Grig Stamate