Get creative with facing brick
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Choose a fireplace design that fits in with the scale of your house and garden, and also suits the material from which they’re constructed.
Tip: Add a flagged seating area to utilise space!
Take a pew
The roughness of the brick will work well against a smooth wood for the base of your seat. Add cushions and throws to help soften the landscape.
Add ambience to your outdoor space with a chimenea
Everyone loves a chimenea – an eye catching patio heater which spreads a circle of warmth. Build a brick housing around your chimenea to create a focal point. Use it to raise the height and also add a little stability to the unit.
In addition to patio furniture, consider more permanent built-in additions to your kitchen space. A wooden surface or flagged countertop can provide a stylish place for serving your food.
Grow your own
Brick planters are an easy way to grow plants and vegetables. A raised planter is also easier to reach if you find it difficult to crouch or kneel at ground level.
Some examples of facing brick used for outdoor elements