Imperial Bricks has launched a range of traditional and contemporary Brick Tiles as an addition to their ever-growing range of traditional handmade, pressed, waterstruck and wirecut bricks.
The Brick Tiles are suitable for those looking to create feature brick walls without the need for a bricklayer, as well as commercial installations such as retail, restaurants or hospitality interiors.
The Brick Tile range can be used on internal feature walls, kitchen splashbacks, decorative fireplaces or externally as cladding.
The tiles are produced from full-sized bricks, which are made in the traditional way, replicating the character and unique appearance of each individual brick.
Brick Tiles create an authentic brick wall effect, but don’t require costly labour or bricklaying skills for installation.
There are seven options available: Victorian Limewashed, Victorian Farmhouse, Victorian Warehouse, Victorian London Stock, Victorian Pressed, Victorian White Crackle Glazed and the metallic blue Designer Linear.
Ruth Hughes, Specification Manager at Imperial Bricks, commented: “We’ve noticed an increased demand from architects and interior designers for both residential and commercial projects for feature walls with an authentic reclaimed brick appearance.
“These highly desirable finishes range from smooth and glazed to rougher, more textured finishes depending on project requirements. We are also now offering artisan glazed tiles and wood feature wall panels.
“Imperial Bricks has the widest range of regionally-matched, handmade, wirecut, pressed and waterstruck bricks on the market. Our bricks are specified on a huge range of projects, including refurbishment of Listed Heritage buildings, self-build and luxury developments, restaurants, bars and retail spaces.”
For more info or a free sample, email [email protected] or call the Specification Team on 01952 750816.
Grindle House Farm
Grindle Road, Grindle
e: [email protected]
t: 01952 750816
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