Lubelska has been supplying reclaimed brick for over 15 years now (albeit, under a different name). In this time we have provided bricks for some beautiful residential and commercial projects as we look over our favourite brick floor design ideas. Here we look over some of the more beautiful interiors and floors we’ve laid over the years.

Brick flooring has always had a certain level of charm to it. Reclaimed materials offer character that just can’t be achieved from modern engineered products. As you will tell from the images below, our bricks have been used in both period and country interiors as well as more modern settings.

Below I have also laid out the different types of flooring options possible. Anywhere from different herringbone patterns, stretcher bond to adding two or three different elements together.

A selection of 18 different brick pattern and design ideas.

As you can see the image provides different options available for your brick flooring. Some of these Are more suitable for other types of tiled flooring. Over the years we have seen clients do everything from very elaborate floors to a simple stretcher bond and everything in between.

Beautiful red brick floor tiles that had been painted with a colour enhancing sealer. Brick is perfect for areas with heavy foot traffic.

This is a red thin brick tile in a restaurant and has been finished with lyme wash.

A beautiful house designed and built by Neil Dusheiko Architects. Our brick floors provide character to a semi-detached London house and show how well they work in a modern setting.

A recently completed project. This house made use of bricks variability and use a beautiful design pattern. The bricks work well with British green kitchen cabinets and we can’t wait for this floor to be completed.

Another warm brick flooring that has been laid with a colour enhancing sealer and grey grout.

A slightly paler reclaimed brick with varying different colours of pinkish red.

These warm tiles in a small country kitchen look beautiful and keep the traditional interior of the house. The light coming through shines off the satin-finished brick.

Another beautiful country kitchen with a pale brick floor, aga and green kitchen cabinests.

A rustic photo, video and film set in the heart of the Cotswolds. This floor has been laid in a number of patterns – including a herringbone and stretcher bond with an inlay.

A basket weave pattern in a conservatory finished off with a lime wash.

A pale brick tile in a utility room. This is perfect for areas with boots and lots of foot traffic. These bricks – once laid correctly won’t crack!

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