Home owners and property managers are seeking to give their location a distinctiveness and authenticity that separates it from other locations. They may want an old world feel that is also useful and stylish. More property owners are answering this demand with used cobblestone bricks.
For a solid, long-lasting building, Antique Brick Veneer can give you the authentic, warm depth of antique brick at a lower cost and with more convenience.
Not all reclaimed brick is suitable for re-purposing. Some of it may have irreparable cracks or missing pieces that would make the block unusable for most applications. That doesn’t mean the brick cannot be salvaged-chances are it could be used to create brick veneer instead. What is reclaimed brick veneer, how is it made, and…
Water Features: Everybody loves the sound of water trickling in a garden. It is soothing, and it cools the surrounding area on hot days.
Outdoor kitchens are often beautiful additions to an already manicured backyard experience. With these outdoor brick kitchen designs, pools and even a single grill is a great excuse to have dinner outside and enjoy the warm summer breeze all evening. Whether you’re hosting family dinners or wild neighborhood cookouts, when your backyard has restaurant capabilities,…
Say you have a bunch of bricks from quaint Midwestern streets or old construction, and you want to touch up your backyard.
It’s the weekend, and the weather is gorgeous, so you’re ready for some outdoor reclaimed brick projects. What can you do with those reclaimed bricks you recently acquired? Any of these DIY brick weekend projects are the perfect way to spend your day off. Layout a Garden Pathway: Depending on how long you want the…
There is an undeniable charm about cobblestone roads and walkways, particularly when they are older or antique. Sometimes the kind of sophisticated elegance and appeal they give off can’t be chiseled down to just one definition.
You have a multitude of options when it comes to how you pave your landscape. That is how it ought to be, too, since your hardscapes are really the backbone of your garden.
Bricks were in use as a building material as far back as the cradle of civilization. The ancient Mesopotamians used them, and why not? They were easy to make, hardy and readily available.