The AEC Associates Architectural Drafting and Design services have used bricks for exteriors for ages; it’s a locally available material almost everywhere, strong and aesthetically pleasing. Till very recently Architectural drafting and design companies never thought the age-old material could be used to a great advantage for decorating the interior spaces as well. One could place exposed brick walls even in the living rooms or bed rooms as an artistic element to grab the attention of the occupants and visitors alike.
· A classic touch
Modern building materials like steel and concrete replaced the traditional materials brick and stone at the turn of the last century. If you want to add a classic touch to your interiors, you can think of placing a brick wall strategically to give the space an enchanting, old-worldly charm. Brick has that unique texture, that feel of rich history and legacy, that gives your interiors an exceptional quality.
· Reflecting your personality
Architectural drafting and design services can give the interior spaces a distinctive look, simply adding an exposed brick wall to a living space does the trick. You can use this backdrop in so many ways to make it reflect your personality- a lover of exotic things, a person daring to be different from the crowd.
· An amazing variety
If you are tired of looking at the interiors decorated the in the customary styles, you can replace the usual stuff with an exposed brick wall to give the space an artistic, unique look. A great variety of shades and forms are available today if you choose to give a contemporary look to your living room or your children’s bedroom using this age-old building material. It is available in so many styles- industrial, historic, and of course, contemporary to name just a few- and you will definitely find one to suit your taste and personality.
· A contextual backdrop
Architectural drafting and design team can make sure that the brick wall inside your living room doesn’t dominate the entire space; they can use other elements to give it a contextual backdrop. You can paint other walls with somber colors, use simple décor, put family photographs or other artifacts or use heavy leather furniture to give that dreamy quality to your interiors.