Do you like this look? I promise to convince you of the awesomeness of a brick floor application with the super chic examples I've gathered.
Brick floors look best when they have some wear and age. Without patina a brick floor can go all "1987 Pizza Hut" pretty fast if you ask me. To fake the "worn" look, did you know you can sand an interior brick floor?
Brick floors in a mudroom:
A great place for a brick floor is a mudroom. Its forgiving color hides a lot of the dirt that comes into the aptly-named space. Brick offers color and pattern and eliminates the need for a separate doormat. Just open the door and sweep away any dirt tracked inside!
(via Niagara Novice)
Brick floors in a laundry room:
The laundry room is another utility space fitting for a brick floor application. I really like the idea of aged, unsealed brick in a laundry room but I'm afraid neon blue detergent would spill and ruin the look. Does anybody have experience with brick in their laundry room?
Brick floors in a kitchen:
There's a cozy quality to the look of brick floors so they seem like the perfect choice for the heart of the home. I may sound silly but I associate a kitchen with brick floors with warm and fuzzy movies like "Something's Gotta Give," "Stepmom" or "Baby Boom"...you know what I mean?
(via Country Living)
And just for good measure, here are a few more spaces with brick floors...
(via Houston Lifestyles)
(via Atlanta Homes Magazine)
So, what's your take on brick floors inside a home? Would you embrace this look?