Brick introductions nod to Colonial era

From: Pine Hall Brick Company, Inc.

Pine Hall Brick Company looks to Colonial-era homes in Virginia and New England for the inspiration for its Old Brick House line of brick selections.Looking as though they are centuries old, the brick introductions celebrate the authenticity of clay bricks by achieving a rich texture and lasting durability. The Kennon House brick reflects a dark blend of deep reds, blues and burgundies, which lend well to traditional home designs. Commemorating the earliest surviving brick house in Connecticut, the Barker House brick mingles grays and browns with dashes of white. The Tufts House became famous locally when the City of Medford, Mass., used an image of the home in its city seal, and its representing brick is made with a white clay dust over a gray base. Meanwhile, the Weeks House brick carries a gray base mixed with random white, brown and darker colors.

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