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Ross has done a fantastic job restoring his old schoolhouse built in 1880, near Canberra, Australia.
Extensions were added in 1988 using multi-tone bricks. Ross used Dyebrick products to blend in all these areas and this has produced a natural, authentic result.
Specialised Silicate Primers, Paints, and Plasters are now available from our Conservation Shop.
Dyebrick products were used on the Proenza Schouler flagship store opened in New York in September 2012.
The 3,000-square-foot boutique occupies a double-height ground-level retail space in a historic Neoclassical residential building on Manhattan’s Madison Avenue.
Our ‘Soot Wash Replication‘ was used in combination with an ash-wash to produce an effective aged stained effect to the internal feature brick walls.
Located at 822 Madison Avenue, the two-floor boutique was designed by Adjaye Associates.
Tommy’s television series ‘Tommy’s Fix Your House For Free?’ is being aired on ‘The Home Channel‘ in South Africa.
See how Tommy was able to save over 8000ZAR by using two of our Brick Tinting Kits!
The programme featuring the Dyebrick Brick Tinting Kit is aired on Monday 27th August at 8.00pm.
The show is entitled ‘Lesley’s Holistic Therapy Room’ and will be the 4th episode in the series.
Dyebrick are proud to be donating Haggis Droppings again this year, for the ‘Marriott Burns Night Ball’, held in London’s fashionable Mayfair, on the 26th January.
The event is run by Capital FM, the UK’s No.1 Hit Music Station, in aid of their charity ‘Help a Capital Child‘.
It is a star-studded event, hosted by Capital FM presenters. High profile guests from across the city will be treated to an extravaganza of Scottish entertainment in the heart of London at the stunning 5* Marriott Hotel, in Grosvenor Square.
The Complete Brick Tinting Manual has been fully revised and is now available when purchasing our new commercial starter pack: The ‘Brick Stain Business in a Box and Bucket’. For all companies wishing to use our products commercially please view this page first.
“Residents who have expressed concerns about the appearance of a new school wall in Putney will have spotted that action has now been taken to make the wall blend into its surroundings more easily.”
Dyebrick products were chosen to ‘age’ the new wall to produce a more sympathetic appearance more suited to the surrounding period properties.
Dale Dempsey, who has been tinting bricks for over 30 years, carried out the work on behalf of Wandsworth Council. The process is known as Soot Washing, (or ‘sooting’).
Dyebrick have two products for this ageing process, one called ‘Soot Wash’ and a less intense product called ‘Brick-Age’. It was the Brick-Age product that was used for this project.
Although the majority of this work was carried out a few months ago, the finishing touches are being carried out this week.
Fantastic results can be achieved with Dyebrick Brick Stain Kits… all you need is artistic flair……and a little patience!
See Jodi’s ‘Special Guest Feature’ at Remodelaholic for more information….
LBC’s very own James Whale raised over £70k for Help a Capital Child as he hosted The Marriott Burns Night Celebration on Friday 21st January.
This year’s celebration was again held at the stunning 5* Marriott Grosvenor Square in Mayfair, London.
Dyebrick were proud to be involved in this year’s event and donated over £2000 worth of ‘Haggis Droppings‘ for the evening.
Dyestone, part of the Dyegroup have launched their ‘Whitener’ product for restoring white Hill Figures.
After three years of trials in North Yorkshire, Dyestone are proud to introduce their range of stone whiteners for flint and limestone. Dyestone offer a maintenance service to heritage trusts and restoration groups.
‘Soot Wash Replication’ was used on a restoration project in East Sussex. The episode ‘Coach House’ will be broadcast at 9:00pm on Sunday 2nd May. The product was well-diluted to create an authentic aged appearance to the flintwork.
Lisa and Darren share a dream of converting a coach house in East Sussex into a unique family home, under the watchful eye of George Clarke, Channel 4’s Restoration Man.