PGH Bricks and Pavers has collaborated with Nexus Designs to create the 2019 PGH Bricks Styles Guide.
The guide presents nine new and curated material palettes inspired by evolving trends, the Australian lifestyle and the country’s unique urban rural landscapes.
“The 2019 PGH Bricks Styles Guide is ideal for architects seeking inspiration for their next project,” said Jai Sanderson, general manager marketing at PGH Bricks and Pavers for CSR. “With nine exquisite mood boards showcasing the latest trends near and far, the design opportunities are endless and there’s a palette to bring any brief to life.”
Each of the interior mood boards has been carefully designed to complement the nine exterior palettes, encouraging designers to integrate bricks into interior spaces to create seamless flow throughout.
The mood boards also feature other external facade and wall finishes from roofing to timber trims and garage doors colour by other CSR brands such as Monier Roof Tiles, Cemintel, Himmel and Martini.
The Sophisticated Neutrals palette includes stone grey, beiges, cool concrete greys and crisp off-whites.
Grey All the Way is simple and elegant and features various shades of grey, which infuses tranquility and timelessness.
Dark and Stormy includes dusky, moody shades such as smoke, black, espresso, midnight blue.
Industrial chic is raw, gritty and modern with vintage-style bricks from Manhattan range teamed with shiny metal surfaces, concrete and timber.
Coastal Hamptons layers of pale colours and simplistic finishes with whitewashed floors and a sun drenched brick terrace.
Fresh Neutrals brings the calming effect of nature indoors with shades of green, soft browns, sand and bronze.
Wall Earth is a palette characterized classic red and brown bricks with accents of pinks, clays and reds.
Luxury Noir is palette of rich blacks and brass, with hints of creams and gold.
Painted Brick natural brickwork with unlimited colour options and is associated with mid-century style, post industrial spaces. It can respond to any style of architecture.
Clients can also take online style quiz to identify which style suits them best.