Thursday, September 12, 2013

Brick Floors

I am changing up the blog a bit today.  Hubby and I are shopping for our home.  Yes, we are actually looking at completing a project from our long list.  Something we have wanted to do, but time, energy and funds have gone to other things.

Our home is mostly 110 years old.  It has been updated, renovated and added on to.  There is a new part and an old part of the home.


The old part has original hardwood floors.  Worn, loved and authentic. Swoon.


The new part has a mix of tile and carpet.  We will replace the carpet and one tiled area. 
We just assumed we would install hardwood.  But my dear friend and decorator extraordinaire, Amanda, suggested brick.  She sent these photos.






It comes in a tile too!


Now my wheels are spinning. 

Brick in a family room?

XO-

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34 comments:

Polly said...

interesting! that would definitely fit the house! is it comfortable underfoot? big decision! i freak out over decisions like this!

Trish said...

Love that idea...where can you find that brick tile?

Julie Workman said...

I love the kitchen with the brick and wood floor...what an awesome idea!

Heather said...

We are building our home right now and I would love to know who makes the brick tiles so I can order them

Anonymous said...

Please tell me where I can find that brick tile? I have searched everywhere to no avail :(

Jennifer Schmitz said...

Love the brick floors!

Anonymous said...

please let me know where you found the brick tile...it's exactly what I've been looking for! Thanks

Diane Dahlin said...

yes...please tell us where to find the brick tile! :)

Stacey Grimes said...

yes please!

Corinne Madias said...

http://www.acadianbrick.com/Photo_Galleries/Antique_Interior_Photo/antique_interior_photo.html
These people do it!
Corinne Madias.com Keller Williams Northville MI

Rebecca J said...

I don't think this website is working anymore....I really want this, anyone know where I can find??

Anonymous said...

Lowe's has them!

Greta Seward said...

Checked on Lowe's site and didn't find it. Anybody else have any luck?

lynda said...

have looked high and low cant find brick til anywhere, cant afford real brick, does anybody know where we can find the tile?

liz.elkin said...

Please tell us what the name and manufacturer of that brick tile on the boards is!!!!! We all love it!

Sara Teich said...

Does ANY one know where we can find these brick tiles? They are wonderful! Please, please, someone, tell us! :) :)

Anne said...

The Acadian Brick link above from Corinne does work! This is a gorgeous look, Shannon. Thanks for the tip!

Sue53 said...

Can anyone tell me where to find the brick tiles?

Unknown said...

Corinne Madias above put a link that I just tried and worked right away: http://www.acadianbrick.com/Photo_Galleries/Antique_Interior_Photo/antique_interior_photo.html

Gina Ragsdale said...

www.vintagebricks.com we sell reclaimed thin brick tiles for exactly this purpose! Our brick tiles are cut from authentic salvaged bricks and have a beautiful aged historic patina.

Gina Ragsdale said...

www.vintagebricks.com we sell reclaimed thin brick tiles for exactly this purpose! Our brick tiles are cut from authentic salvaged bricks and have a beautiful aged historic patina.

Gina Ragsdale said...

www.vintagebricks.com we sell reclaimed thin brick tiles for exactly this purpose! Our brick tiles are cut from authentic salvaged bricks and have a beautiful aged historic patina.

Gina Ragsdale said...

www.vintagebricks.com we sell reclaimed thin brick tiles for exactly this purpose! Our brick tiles are cut from authentic salvaged bricks and have a beautiful aged historic patina.

Gina Ragsdale said...

www.vintagebricks.com we sell reclaimed thin brick tiles for exactly this purpose! Our brick tiles are cut from authentic salvaged bricks and have a beautiful aged historic patina.

Gina Ragsdale said...

www.vintagebricks.com we sell reclaimed thin brick tiles for exactly this purpose! Our brick tiles are cut from authentic salvaged bricks and have a beautiful aged historic patina.

Gina Ragsdale said...

www.vintagebricks.com we sell reclaimed thin brick tiles for exactly this purpose! Our brick tiles are cut from authentic salvaged bricks and have a beautiful aged historic patina.

Gina Ragsdale said...

www.vintagebricks.com we sell reclaimed thin brick tiles for exactly this purpose! Our brick tiles are cut from authentic salvaged bricks and have a beautiful aged historic patina.

Gina Ragsdale said...

www.vintagebricks.com we sell reclaimed thin brick tiles for exactly this purpose! Our brick tiles are cut from authentic salvaged bricks and have a beautiful aged historic patina.

Gina Ragsdale said...

www.vintagebricks.com we sell reclaimed thin brick tiles for exactly this purpose! Our brick tiles are cut from authentic salvaged bricks and have a beautiful aged historic patina.

Anonymous said...

This is soooo beautiful!!!! My only question is, is this porous? If something were to spill, would it stain?

Anonymous said...

That site given for Acadian bricks does NOT work. That being said I went to their web site and searched thoroughly through ALL of their products offered. They DO offer individual thin brick tiles 2"x 8" x 3/4". They do NOT however offer BIG sheets of several tiles in uniform together that can be laid on the floor. I really think that those are sample sheets put together to display bricks that they have to offer. I also checked out the Vintage Bricks.com that was suggested by one of the other people above. My findings were the same for them. Both places offered VERY NICE looking THIN brick pavers or tiles, but NOT sheet tiles like the ones pictured. The ones offered for sale are no bigger than regular tile size. They are just cut to be much thinner. Also Anonymous to answer your question about them being porous, YES, all brick is porous. You would HAVE to seal them just like you would any type of tile, especially porous tile that you would put on your floor or countertops.

PowersKy said...

Check evolutionbrick.com real brick but thin.

Color My World said...

try Portstone

Kathleen said...

Try inglenook Tile. Although I haven't seen these in person, it is a tile that is made to look like brick, and has numerous options for color and style.
http://www.inglenooktile.com/homestead-collection.html

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