This seasons interior style must have is all about Brickwall, whether it be painted, raw or exposed, its a massive hit this season.
Hannah Booth life & style home writer for The Guardian recently wrote an exciting article all about this seasons must have trend Brickwall, to read Hannah Booths article online read it here http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2010/oct/30/bare-brick-walls-interiors
Grand Designs recently also featured on a recent episode a wonderful painted brickwall, showing how such a simple look can make a wonderful feature in a home, comfirming it is really back in vogue.
Here at Dreamwall we have a few brickwall designs that mimic the charm of a real brickwall see below the options available to achieve this seasons must have look, for minimum cost but maximum effect.
Dreamwall’s Flagship product ‘Rustic Brick’ has been on the interior and commercial market since 2003, made of UPVC its light weight, easy to install and once fully painted mimics the charms of a Rustic Brick wall.
See more details of Dreamwall’s Rustic Brick range here http://www.dreamwall.co.uk/rusticbrick.html
Rustic Brick has been a huge success on the High Street as well as being a popular choice in the DIY market, an example of high profile projects using Rustic Brick have been River Island Flagship Stores, Fatface, Selfridges.
Here is the Rustic Brick down loadable PDF brochure http://www.dreamwall.co.uk/brochure.pdf
Here is an example how FatFace used Dreamwall’s Rustic Brick and created a fantastic effect on Decoration
Dreamwall also has Stone Panel Panel Piedra options of Brickwork available see here http://www.dreamwall.co.uk/brickpanel.html
These panels come already painted, easy to install and are authentic a perfect way to mimic a charm a real brickwall. Easy DIY perfect for the Domestic and Commercial market. Recent High profile installations have been Clark shoes and the Beckenham Brasserie designed by Yoo Design http://www.yoo.com/
For more details on Dreamwall’s Brickwork ranges and pricing please contact the Dreamwall office either via email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01472 750552