Vintage picture frames is a nice addition to a rough-looking wall.
A lot of people like the look of exposed brick walls. They became popular in late 1900s because many people found that it was far less expensive to expose the brick in older homes then it was to repair or replace the damaged plasterwork. They add character and rustic charm to any interior and can make any room looks quite industrial. Especially popular they are in modern lofts and in historical buildings but noways you can find exposed bricks in other living spaces too. Here are a bunch of examples showing how cool brick walls look like. Enjoy!
Mixing black and white works for any contemporary interior.
Geometric timber wall shelves combined with exposed bricks are definitely a focal point of this loft-like room.
In order to unify the space you could add on bricks small amount of the same paint as on other walls.
When everything is neat and sophisticated you might want to add something that looks a little messy to provide contrast.
Whitewashed timber and polished concrete are perfect to mix with raw bricks.
It's a good practice to cover bricks with water-based sealant in a bathroom.
To make a fireplace a focal point of a room you could leave some exposed bricks around it. They'd look great contasting with white walls.
Often such walls could be found in renovated warehouse and other industrial buildings.
The whitewashed brick wall looks authentically aged and rustic but not too rough. Perfect choice for a neat bedroom.
The cool thing about rough surface is that you can hang some pictures on it and change them often even changing their locations in the process.
Lightbulbs on cords are a perfect choice of light fixtures for such interiors.
You should always think about adding some more weathered and vintage elements if you're leaving some brick exposed.
Exposed brick looks great combined with contemporary minimalist devices like iMacs. That's why it's perfect for a home office.
Cute furniture and objects of decor looks great against such rugged background.
Sleek bathroom appliances look great with rugged brick in this awesome attic bathroom.
The great thing about bricks is that you could mix it with whatever you want because they adapt to any decor style.
Mirrors are perfect to reflect all these gorgeous textures.
Weathered wood cabinets looks great and unified with the tall exposed brick wall on this gorgeous industrial-style kitchen.
Sealed brick walls are perfect for a hallway because of their durability.
For more modern look you can choose sleek brick panels that are used to cover houses outside.
Glossy furniture looks great against raw textures.
Painting bricks in bright colors is perfect you like Morocco styled interiors.
Rough textures add so much character and charm to any interior.
For outdoor areas like patios leaving exposed bricks is even more natural.
For a modern sleek look you can go with monochromatic bricks without sings of age.
Brick floor mixed with brick bathroom cover make this bathroom's design quite interesting and unique.
Nowadays, old factories are renovated into beautiful living and working spaces.
Faking brick walls is a quite popular idea for Scandinavian interiors.
Faking brick walls is also quite popular nowadays.
Faux rugged brick panels are quite popular nowadays and usually they are quite easy to install.
Red bricks look especially well with black kitchen cabinets and shelves.
The rustic nature of the brick walls could provide a daring and unique look to any room.
Contemporary minimalist works of art looks great on surfaces with rough textures.
It's not very common but exposed brick walls looks great in nurseries too.
Combination of a modern gallery wall with a brick wall is a stylish solution for creative interiors.
If you're choosing to preserve such wall in a bedroom make sure it to mix with an interesting bedding set.
Even bright colors can work with exposed bricks.
Chandeliers looks amazingly great against aged backgrounds.
White bedding set contrast great against dark toned brick wall.
Here is a cool idea how you could leave only small areas of rough brick without making the interior looks too industrial.