The tiles imitating the brickwork setting occur to give your kitchen a touch of antiquity, add some special charm to the whole atmosphere and complement wood, glass, metal and ultra-modern materials perfectly.
If your idea is to decorate the kitchen with brickwork, you should pin down in advance what kind of texture it will have. It may be a realistic imitation of the old brick with all its cracks and hollows or a material only simulating the general form. So everything depends on what effect you want to achieve.
A bright, unusual variant is glossy brick-style tiles, conventionalizing the covering at subway stations. Tiles, imitating bricks with the texture of natural stone, are ideal for kitchen of Country or Provence design. Narrow rectangular tiles, shaped like small bricks, is an excellent solution for a modern room. Bars with metallic luster are appropriate for an avant-garde interior or a hi-tech one. The next interesting approach is to install tiles, contrast in colors, checker wise. This kind of decor is supposed to be quite bright and expressive, especially an absolute classic of black-and-white.
The main point to remember is to try keeping a balance. You should use tiles-bricks on a small fragment of the wall: it will highlight the key moments, doing it effectively, in a stylish and unobtrusive way.
Decorative facing stone (brick or tile) imitating bricklaying is light weight and quite affordable. It is easy to install this material; the most important thing is to choose the right glue and primer coating. Here you may follow the recommendations of the wall covering manufacturer.
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