Make a Statement with Brick Tiles

If you’ve been reading my recent posts, you’ll know that we are looking at renovating certain parts of the house. The biggest project will hopefully be a kitchen extension (depending on planning permission) and kitchen redesign.

Of course, with apps like Pinterest, more and more of us are carefully planning our renovations and redecorating ideas months in advance and I’m no exception. I’ve spent hours trawling the internet for the perfect colour schemes and design ideas along with interior inspiration.

Inspiration

A lovely blogger recently completed her kitchen extension and has posted some beautiful pictures of her new room and documented the transformation. The thing that caught my eye the most about her new kitchen was the gorgeous feature wall. The large brick effect wall creates a gorgeous statement and works really well in the large open space. I wondered whether it might make the room feel too cold or make it too dark but it actually looks stunning. In fact it’s something we are going to consider when we have our own extension.

Realistic

UK feature walls offer a range of different colour bricks to ensure they match your décor perfectly. All of the brick effect tiles have a realistic look and feel to them. The brick tiles offer a traditional and homely look without the pain of having to get the bricks laid. Instead they are very easy to install and tiler, builders or even avid DIYers should be able to use them with ease. They could even be used outside if you wanted them to!

There are currently 9 different coloured tiles to choose from. You could choose from Grey and Graphite brinks for a more contemporary look or if you’re going for a more industrial look, you could choose the white brick. My favourite are the Old Natural Light Brick. They just seem so homely.

Even though all the bricks will be the same size, the brick impressions and grooves on the surface are all different, just like actual bricks. This ensures the tiles look realistic and add to the whole effect of the wall.

Do you like the idea of statement walls? I’d love to see some pictures if you have a brick tile statement wall.

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