Recycled Brick Trends

Small bars are popping up everywhere in Sydney and if you love interior design then most of them are worth a look. There are some real quirky touches to be seen; from the country and western themed Shady Pines to dark dens like Frankie’s. The small bar is working it’s way out of the city into suburban towns and villages where the old and new come together to create a great place for a summer drink or a bite to eat.

Bars need a theme, something which sets them apart from all the others and a brick bar feature can certainly become a great centerpiece. If you only have a small space to work with a recycled brick bar can draw the eye and become a focal point and large mirrors behind create the illusion of a larger space. By using recycled or secondhand bricks you can create a vintage feel as well as using different colours, designs, cutouts and patterns to create a central point for your bar and a great atmosphere.

If you are an interior designer or architect looking for something completely different, seek out convict bricks. A perfect talking point for any bar and a chance to bring a bit of authentic Australian history into your bar, café or restaurant. These bricks are rare to come by as licenses are becoming more restrictive on demolitions, so seek them out and own your very own slice of convict history and tell there story in your bar.

The more practical benefits to a used brick bar are heavy weightload, long lasting, and of course easily washable after a big Friday night! Look into recycled and secondhand bricks in Sydney and get inspired with many different textures, colours, sizes and age to choose from.

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