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3 Shades of Gray Brick

By Pearl

How to take a neutral from drab to distinctive? Gray brick is a versatile design solution that blends seamlessly with any aesthetic while achieving the look of crowd-pleasing exposed brick (cue the oh's and ah's). Today we're highlighting three ways you can go gray with brick with our Glacier, Mercury, and Meteorite. Head over to our Pinterest Board for even more inspiring looks.

Light Gray Brick

Brick Color Shown: Glacier

Displaying variation that feels both rustic and industrial, this exposed brick fireplace makes a bold architectural statement while offering a cozy spot to curl up. Our gray brick also features some color variation that adds to its authentic and handcrafted charm.

Love the urban industrial look? Gray brick looks perfectly at home in an open layout like the one in this airy loft, helping to accentuate other design elements like exposed beams.

For those who like to keep it clean and classic, light gray brick can also be a great addition to transitional spaces.

Medium Gray Brick

Brick Color Shown: Mercury

Think outside of the box--consider using gray brick in your next outdoor project. Whether it’s just the patio or the whole facade, gray brick can make your home the coolest on the block.

Gray brick works with other architectural structures too. Open yourself up to new design possibilities by replacing your door with an arched entry. Gray brick helps to anchor the space.

Show your floors some love. Despite its low profile look, gray brick herringbone floors are a sure way to elevate any interior.

Dark Gray Brick

Brick Color Shown: Meteorite

Want more drama? Go darker. Dark gray tile sets just the right mood but still plays well as a neutral.

Just because you don’t live in the city doesn’t mean you can’t get the look of exposed brick. Using gray brick in the living room offers a seamless transition between classic and industrial style.

If you opt for a dark gray brick backsplash in the kitchen, consider contrasting it with fresh white cabinetry and countertops for a bright and balanced look.

What's your favorite shade of gray? Order color samples online to see what shade and material works best for your project. Need some help? Simply chat, call or fill out our Design Assistance Form and one of our talented Design Consultants will get back to you shortly.

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