10 Brick Floor Design Ideas We Love

Brick floors, just like wooden floors, have a certain unique charm. They have a sense of permanence, like they’ve been there for a long time even in a modern home. This timeless beauty makes them unique. Brick floors can be both elegant and rough, depending on the design you wish to create and also on the atmosphere.

A kitchen with stainless steel appliances and brick flooring gets a chic industrial appeal

What allows brick flooring to stand out from all other types is this charm and character that can’t be recreated with tiles or with carpets. Wooden floors come close to the warm and inviting appeal that brick flooring creates but the two types are still very different. However, there are limits to it. Brick flooring is usually installed in spaces such as outdoor deck, covered porches, terraces, patios and they are excellent for pool decks. Take a look at these beautiful examples and see for yourself.

In the laundry room, brick flooring is a very good choice because of the low maintenance

Brick flooring can also be charming in spaces such as the living room or a cozy sitting corner

For a porch, brick flooring is perfect as it’s a great material for transition spaces

Another perfect place where you can install brick flooring is the wine cellar

For the porch, you can also use brick to cover the walls and to create a cohesive look

Another laundry room featuring brick flooring, this time with area rugs

This Mediterranean patio combines beautifully the brick flooring and the elegant furniture

Brick floors can also be charming in the living room, especially if it’s a space close to the entrance

Another beautiful example of brick flooring in an open plan living area with Mediterranean charm

Brick flooring can also be installed inside the house. For example, if you wish to give a certain room a particularly inviting and unique appeal, you can install a brick floor in areas such as the laundry room, the mudroom, even in an open space living room. Brick floors are easy to clean and require little maintenance. They give a room character and are also quite versatile as they suit well a variety of spaces, from rustic to traditional and modern. But don’t take out word for it.

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Published by in Interiors, on February 19th, 2013

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