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Reclaimed Brick flooring and counter top help

Posted by winesnob (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 10, 11 at 23:53

We are starting plans for a house remodel. I have travertine lying on the floor and reclaimed wood....I have decided on the wood but I am having second thoughts about the travertine. I am thinking I would like to have more information on reclaimed brick to go along with the wood in my kitchen and entry....I also am thinking about using Caesar Stone for the counter tops...Any ideas are appreciated. Have any of you used these products in your home.....


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RE: Reclaimed Brick flooring and counter top help

Are you planning on using these materials together as a combination or separately. I have wood throughout except for my laundry, art room and a bath off the pool. I chose a travertine that has the same colors as a used brick (looks like french reclaimed pavers). I have always loved the look of brick but I did not want the added weight/thicknes of the brick pavers which is why I switched to a rosey travertine in 4" squares. Let me know If you would like to see them and I'll take some pictures.


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