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Accent Walls Using Brick, Tile, & Stone!

Accent walls are a fun way to jazz up any space. If you are looking to add instant drama to an otherwise boring area this is one of the best ways to achieve it. There are so many different types of materials that you can use to create an accent wall. Some that I like to use are brick, tile, and stone. These are materials that provide instant texture and depth to your space.

Accent walls are a fun way to jazz up any space. If you are looking to add instant drama to an otherwise boring area this is one of the best ways to achieve it. There are so many different types of materials that you can use to create an accent wall. Some that I like to use are brick, tile, and stone. These are materials that provide instant texture and depth to your space. They also offer a wipe-ability factor making them great for the most functional of spaces. Brick, tile, and stone also have a wide variety of options making it easy to coordinate. Just for example in the pictures below we have used a darker brick in a basement kitchen to provide a nostalgic pub feel. However we have used it in a teenage girls bedroom behind her bed to give a cool loft vibe. We have also used tile in a multitude of ways one below being a driftwood look and others using a herringbone pattern with different ceramic tiles. There is lastly stone which we have shown in a gorgeous master bath that provides a warm backdrop to a copper tub. The pictures below are just a few examples of the many ways you can use brick, tile, and stone to update any room in your home!

  Coomer & Co.

Coomer & Co.

  Coomer & Co.

Coomer & Co.

  Coomer & Co.

Coomer & Co.

 Coomer & Co.

Coomer & Co.

  Coomer & Co.

Coomer & Co.

 Coomer & Co.

Coomer & Co.

  Coomer & Co.

Coomer & Co.

  Coomer & Co.

Coomer & Co.

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