How to Fake a Brick Wall

I love me a brick wall. Especially a white one. There’s such beauty in this raw material and it does such a fabulous job adding that perfect hint of industrial feel to any style home- Victorian or contemporary.

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It’s also one of those versatile decor ‘looks’ that can be easily incorporated to any space. Just you wait and see…

But first, here’s a collection of insanely gorgeous brick wall spaces taken from my Pinterest board, Brick Walls.

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I am so  in love with all of these spaces! To add a more modern appeal, I would definitely opt for metal touches such as copper-toned lighting as seen in some of the photos above.

I know what you are thinking. You’re probably asking yourself “How do I create this look if I don’t have brick walls in my home?!” Well, lucky for you- I’m a little bit ahead of the game. Here’s a way to fake it!

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The easiest way to fake brick walls is to use wallpaper. Depending on your taste, Graham & Brown has a variety of different types of choose from. To visit their online store, please click HERE.

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In other news, here’s what’s happening on my Instagram1. holiday place cards ideas #dailyinspo 2. desk situation 3. Zoey’s Sunday dress up!

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Have a great day!

Kellie of Le Zoe Musings_Signature

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4 thoughts on “How to Fake a Brick Wall

  1. It’s a struggle that I’ve always loved white wooden homes from the exterior, but brick (typically white brick) on the interior, typically leading me towards using shiplap instead. But I love the idea of using a realistic looking wallpaper to get the overall impact. I’ll have to check those out!

    Thanks for the tip!
    xo, Jessica
    http://www.semisweettooth.com

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