Get all the inspiration you need for your next design project with nine on-trend material palettes specially curated for you in the 2019 PGH Bricks Styles Guide.
Launched by PGH Bricks & Pavers in partnership with leading design studio Nexus Designs, the 2019 PGH Bricks Styles Guide introduces nine new beautiful palettes for interior spaces, each inspired by current and evolving trends, the Australian lifestyle, and the country’s unique urban and rural landscapes.
The Styles Guide represents PGH Bricks’ commitment to bring architects and designers their very best, latest, and most beautifully evolved architectural bricks and walling products available locally and internationally.
These interior mood boards have been carefully designed to complement each of the nine exterior palettes. By integrating brick into the interiors within the same stylish palette, the architect can create a seamless flow throughout from garden to living room.
In addition to brick, the curated mood boards also feature other key finishes that make up the external facade from roof and wall options to timber trims and garage door colours by CSR brands such as Monier Roof Tiles, Cemintel, Himmel and Martini.
“The 2019 PGH Bricks Styles Guide is ideal for architects seeking inspiration for their next project,” says Jai Sanderson – general manager, marketing at PGH Bricks & Pavers for CSR Ltd. “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.”
One of Australia’s favourite building materials, and well known for its strength and durability, brick has the unique ability to fit into any design aesthetic due to the myriad colours, styles and textures available now. Moreover, its solid structural capabilities deliver unrivalled versatility and endless customisation opportunities for contemporary Australian buildings.
PGH Bricks invites design professionals to take inspiration from these nine styles with the carefully curated palettes and bring brick to the fore in their next project. The full Styles Guide can be downloaded here and includes a number of tailored state schemes for each palette to suit diverse local environments. Download the full suite of palettes here.
Clients will also love taking the online Styles Quiz to identify what ‘style’ they are and better visualise how different materials work together.
There’s a plethora of stunning styles to choose from and these beautifully curated mood boards reveal how to pull each look together, inside and out.
For more information on the 2019 Styles Guide, watch the campaign video or visit www.pghbricks.com.au/styles.