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no! don't do it!nothing's more stately than a true-to-form brick house. though, I also think nothing's more stately than a classic white/black clapboard. enjoy your home whatever you decide! Love the white brick! Good luck and hope you show us the after! That home with the blue shutters is divine! Look forward to reading about what you decide! :) Having a degree in Architecture and currently working on my Masters Degree in Historic Preservation, I am begging you to please restrain from painting the brick on your house. Paint compromises the composition of the brick and once it is painted you can never completely take it back off with out destroying the structural integrity of the material. If you changed your mind and chose to remove the paint it would require sand blasting which would remove the paint along with the the fired exterior of the brick as well. Once the fired exterior is gone moisture would then be allowed to seep in and cause spalling.Your home is beautiful and it would break my heart to see a house built in the 1890s lose her stately integrity by such a drastic change. Love the pics. I'm currently having the same obsession over the wallpaper...... and I recommend going for it with painting the house. My home is white with black shutters, etc. and I can't imagine ever changing it! Noooo.... don't paint your brick I love your house. It reminds me of my grandparents house in a little town in Missouri. LOVE PAINTED BRICK! Do what makes you happy. :) Kelly, this question is coming from left field regarding a post on January 10th. You featured a bed in that post that has gold and white chevron Euro shams and a bolster pillow in a blue and white print. Can you tell me where I can source the chevron shams...or something close to them? E- those shams are made from Quadrille "Tashkent" fabric, available only to the trade (it's quite pricy as well). If you're interested in buying a few yards, you can always buy the fabric through my office. Just let me know. You can also do a google search-- you might find it available somewhere on the web. Good luck!xoxoKelly Hi there! Do you have any idea of the source of the wallpaper in the first image?Thanks so much!~Stacy I also LOVE white painted brick. It reminds me so much of my home growing up! Beuatiful pics! Post a Comment Kelly RobsonEnter your email address:Delivered by FeedBurnerTheme by 17th Avenue · Powered by Blogger
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