10 Ways to Incorporate Exposed Brick Into Your Home

Whether you paint it, stain it, or leave it natural, exposed brick has been a popular trend lately. Unfortunately for most of us, exposed brick is not a common element in many homes. This leaves us to find other ways to incorporate the same look without needing to buy a renovated, downtown loft.

Here are 10 ways to incorporate exposed brick into your home.

See this article or this article for how others have applied brick veneer over drywall, then take a look at the pictures below to decide where you should incorporate your brick statement wall.

From Decor Pics No need to commit to a large wall. Here, a small statement wall welcomes you into the home with just the right amount of character and charm. 

From Decor Pics

No need to commit to a large wall. Here, a small statement wall welcomes you into the home with just the right amount of character and charm. 

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From Liz Marie Blog Using open shelving allows for more space to showcase the exposed brick. A small wall above cabinets can be a great space to test out the brick look.

From Liz Marie Blog

Using open shelving allows for more space to showcase the exposed brick. A small wall above cabinets can be a great space to test out the brick look.

From homedit Exposed brick is also a great option for floors! These floors pop when paired with white cabinets in this gorgeous laundry room.

From homedit

Exposed brick is also a great option for floors! These floors pop when paired with white cabinets in this gorgeous laundry room.

To hang objects on a brick wall, check out this article for one easy tip on how to hang anything.

See 10 Times Gray was the Perfect Color for Everything here