I’ve already written about red bricks in the kitchen. I’ve chosen more exact kitchen place this time – the wall over a worktop - backsplash. Why is it so special? Usually this small space becomes kitchen focus.
Why red? Because they provide dynamics to any space and there’re rather a lot of shades of red – from the bright red to practically brown. That’s no less important that a surface would be easily cleaned and looked after but the bricks with rough surface don’t cause the thoughts about especially easy care :)
I’d like so much to receive the comment from a person that has red brick backsplash in the kitchen – a lot of trouble to have everything clean, isn’t it? I’ve never faced that myself, therefore, I only guess and my brain prompts that the bricks over a worktop that aren’t covered by anything is completely impractical. I have in mind such places as the ones over sink or a kitchen worktop where water and oil always splash.
I personally love bricks very much and interior examples will only claim that the view is indeed cozy but the rhetoric question is – is that necessary to cover them by glass or not (I see it in some examples)? Let’s consider together!