When it comes to building structures, be it an office building, a school, a home, or a commercial institution, there are several different physical mediums in which the building can be constructed with. Wood is a common, classic choice, and cement or concrete are sometimes used for retail and government buildings.
However, many homeowners love using brick. Bricks used for walls on the exterior of a home make the residence sturdy, as they are a very durable material that stands up to weather quite well.
That’s not the only advantage of bricks though, as they also look great. They have a very traditional look, and a very down to earth vibe, which makes sense considering what they are made out of. On the other hand, not every home or building owner wants their bricks to be the conventional deep red or brown color.
That’s where London yellow stock bricks can bring something fresh to the table. You still get the durability and physical benefits of bricks, but the new color brings possible creativity into the design decisions.
Some designers use London yellow stock bricks for one wall of a room or even a structure to provide an accent color that makes the place look bigger. More creative types also sometimes intersperse them in mixing and alternating patterns with traditional color bricks to create visual interest.
Businesses and government facilities even sometimes mix up the brick colors to coordinate different departments within a building or to illustrate pathways and exits to manage foot traffic within a facility. Yellow bricks can even be used in flooring, indoors or out, to denote lines and boundaries of property or sections within a yard or a building so everyone stays in their correct space.