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.
This townhouse living room feels so cozy and texture-rich with its exposed brick wall, ceiling beams and pretty fireplace. On either side of the fireplace, twin ladder shelves add storage that still shows of the beauty of the brick.›
This kitchen doesn't stint on chef-grade perks, yet it's also packed full of country charm. The floors are reclaimed wood and the stove tucks into the exposed brick wall, reminiscent of the days when meals were cooked over the fireplace.
The focal point of this living room is the bold, exposed brick, so designers used muted colors to highlight this home's feature. Soft, gray sofas provide plenty of comfortable seating in this stylish space, while exposed beams and a wood ceiling add softness to the room.
The renovation exposed existing wood shiplap walls and the brick of the chimney, which were left in place to give character to the interior. Various traditional pieces and an oriental rug help tie the design together.
To up the entertaining potential of the space, a TV and bar were added to keep the pool table company. Here, it's easy to see the compelling contrast between the light-colored brick walls and the dark wood paneling.