7 brilliant exposed brick interior walls
Exposed brick might not be the newest design strategy in town, but it is definitely a tried and true concept. Being overrated does not mean that there are not many options even in this limited aesthetic, because there are many ways you can play with this single texture. Today we will be looking at a few exposed brick wall designs that have redefined this particular aesthetic.
- Semi Tiled
When we think about exposed brick, the very first image that pops into the head is usually a dull red rough brick layering on a feature wall. Well this one is about ten times better. Swaying away from the atypical rough texture on the brick, this one focuses on a more demure and mature aesthetic that is highlighted by the gold lighting. The simplicity of its feature design is what sets this particular wall apart.
- Dull and Brown
The intensity and design of a feature brick wall may or may not depend on its accoutrements. For this particular design, the brown, wood textured side wall, along with the eccentric light shades are what set it apart. The dull color scheme of the exposed bricks are accented by the lighting from the side light fixtures and provide dynamic to the whole mix.
- White on white
White exposed brick walls are one of the main attractions of an industrial type interior design archetype. If you observe the image below, you would notice how the clean lines of the exposed brick wall provide a much needed texture to the otherwise sleek and modern aesthetic. Its contrast is what provides actual contrast and dynamic to this sleek and monotonous interior.
This interior does not use the exposed brick wall design as a feature setting. It does, however use the texture as accents to complement the overall contemporary theme of its setting. The small contrast between the overall whites of this interior makes it more visually balanced.
- Bright and pretty
This particular exposed brick wall leans towards the more ‘flat’ side of the spectrum. Its verbal viscosity come from its brighter than usual color range, which makes it a bit more jarring than usual.
This may seem like an ordinary exposed brick wall at first glance, but the white of its texture is certainly more enhanced than any other wall on the list. It is this chalkboard texture that is highlighted by the strategic lighting set above the wall.
The last one on this list, this atypical exposed brick wall is more a cladding than anything else. Its small brick-like texture is more compact and should be used with accentuating accents to complement its scheme.