Imperial Bricks will showcase its new range of Brick Tiles for decorative feature walls on at this year’s Homebuilding and Renovating Show.
From stand E204, Imperial’s offering will include latest additions to the range, such as the premium Glazed Brick Tiles, with an artisan finish, plus a selection of new wooden Feature Wall Panels, at the show that takes place between 28 – 31 March at NEC Birmingham.
Imperial’s expert team will be on hand to discuss brick matching, review project plans and offer samples and advice for internal and external applications.
Imperial has the widest selection of handmade, wirecut and pressed bricks with reclamation/weathered options, regional varieties and more.
The Brick Tile range – driven by demand from architects and interior designers – is suitable for use on internal feature walls, kitchen splashbacks, decorative fireplaces or externally as cladding.
Brick Tiles create an authentic brick wall effect, but without the need for costly labour or bricklaying skills for installation.
Seven standard options are available, from Victorian Limewashed to the metallic blue Designer Linear.
Jason Hughes, MD at Imperial Bricks, commented: “Homebuilding and Renovating has always been a really successful exhibition for us to connect with self-builders and homeowners and show them the possibilities traditional handmade bricks offer. We’re looking forward to another buzzing atmosphere!”
Free tickets for the show can be purchased directly from Imperial Bricks, otherwise they are £18 on the day.
For more information on the Brick Tile range, click here
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