This exposed brick wall, actually the back of the fireplace in the adjacent room, makes a nice backdrop for two tufted velvet chairs, as seen on Fixer Upper.
Foyer decor is simple and efficient: exposed brick, a few wall hooks and striking black tile on the floor.
Exposed brick makes a handsome backdrop for simple wood shelves in this bar area.
Wood and gold accents go beautifully with the warm red tones of the exposed brick wall. The painting over the piano is a playful nod to the brick's mottled texture.
A gourmet range flanked by cabinets fits beautifully into the arched recess in this kitchen's exposed brick wall. For added storage, pots hang from a rack attached to the backsplash.
Exposed brick walls and a ceiling with gray beams amp up the coziness factor of this family den. Track lighting, paper lantern lamps and the brick fireplace all give off soft glows.
Exposed brick and eclectic striped valance give a stylish edge to this home office.
A media room feels charmingly rustic with exposed brick walls and beams to counter its plush (and huge!) sectional.
Exposed brick and a white curlicue bed echo the charming historical roots of the home, originally built in the 1860s.
In this kitchen, wood and exposed brick are paired with gray graphic wallpaper for that rustic-meets-modern look that the homeowners liked.
Exposed brick is a masterful backdrop for this bathroom's large, colorful painting. A copper mirror pulls the warm color onto the adjacent wall.
The exposed brick chimney features prominently in the stairwell space. The modern stairwell design adds visual interest in a space that might otherwise seem lackluster.
This basement design features bench seating around a pedestal table, geometric pendant lights, and exposed brick walls which make this the perfect place for the whole family to gather.
This sleek gourmet kitchen includes friendly style details like an exposed brick accent wall and a fun light fixture with exposed light bulbs. Chef-grade appliances make cooking a dream.
A wall of exposed brick is dotted with graffiti, a fun and quirky design detail that fits right in with this Park City, Utah, ski home's eclectic and whimsical interior.
The homeowners wanted their bedroom to feel like the loft they lived in in Chicago. So designers paired the home's vaulted ceiling and exposed beams with an exposed brick accent wall.
This country-style kitchen incorporates wooden shelving and exposed brick in an open-concept plan. Hardwood floors transition into tile in the adjoining room to create separation while maintaining the open feel.
Cathedral-high ceilings make this urban kitchen feel oh-so-airy and open. Exposed brick walls and cool graphic patterns on the floor and backsplash are zippy additions that also add depth.