Since the middle of the last century, the loft and other industrial styles have introduced a fashion for embossed surfaces into interior design. Brick-lined walls add individuality and expressiveness to the room. Against the background of raw surfaces, furniture, kitchen appliances, and decor elements look spectacular.
Brick cladding is a long, complicated, and costly process. Wallpaper against this background stands out for its simplicity and economy:
Used to decorate light structures, such as plasterboard partitions.
A thin canvas does not eat up space, unlike bulk bricks;
You can stick them on your own, without the help of a special master;
You can decorate a small room in one day;
Easily replaced by other wallpaper if necessary;
Lightweight does not load load-bearing walls and foundation;
You can often see brick wallpaper in the interior of the hallways. This is a small space with no natural light. Using light shades, it and the corridor can be visually expanded and made lighter.
In the kitchen, using masonry imitation, you can highlight the dining area. White goes well with wood, glass, and chrome-plated fittings. All shades of red are harmoniously emphasized by metal elements and wooden structures.
In the children’s room, brick walls will be met with a bang by teenagers. They make a great backdrop for posters and photos, evoking the trendy cafe setting. More romantic shades of bricks are suitable for girls: white, peach, and light gray.
In the bedroom, most often they decorate the wall with bricks, which are located at the head of the bed. The decor of the bedroom is conducive to rest and relaxation, therefore it is recommended to use light shades.