Julie Miller: Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA.
Julie Miller: Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA.
First of all THANK YOU for including the Classic Brick Red kit with my order. It was very kind of you and was the perfect addition. I ended up using a combination of the Classic Red Brick and the Tudor Brown to come very close to the color of our bricks. I did the entire area in the mixture, then went back over the bad mortar job with some Brick-Age. The light color of the mortar still shows a bit in places, so I still may do a very diluted coat of the brick age in a few places. But, unless you know what to look for it looks amazing. I don’t think it will ever look as perfect as the original, but the “curb appeal” of our house just increased immensely! In the second picture you can see that I made a wash of very dilute acrylic paint and lightened the areas above the windows and door. Looks so neat and clean. :) Thank you so very much for your help and for sending the extra color. I’m amazed that you just knew that’s the color I needed. I am beyond happy! All the best, Julie
Westminster Hall, City of Westminster, London.
Westminster Hall, City of Westminster, London.
Westminster Hall, Restoration Work
Zeppelin Damage: Cloth Fair, London.
Zeppelin Damage: Cloth Fair, London.
This house is the oldest residential property in London. It was built Circa. 1597 It actually survived the Great Fire of London as it was within the walls of the Priory. It also survived a Zeppelin bombing raid during World War I. Damage to the brickwork on the third floor level was sustained during further attacks from bombing raids during World War II. These bricks were replaced a few years later but never matched. Dyebrick was used to blend the offending areas sympathetically, creating an authentic aged appearance which matched the period original. Dyebrick is the first choice for Preservation Companies and is approved by many Local Authorities. 2 x Classic Brick-Red Tinting Kits and 2 x Brick-Age Kits were used for this project. For general interest regarding Cloth Fair please view these links: BBC News Article 2 London Curiosities
Ray Cannetti, Williamsburg, VA
Ray Cannetti, Williamsburg, VA
1760's Coffeehouse, Williamsburg. VA
Richard: Woodbridge, Suffolk, England.
Richard: Woodbridge, Suffolk, England.
Classic Brick Red & Soot Wash (Mild)
Saffron Walden Hospital
Saffron Walden Hospital
Saffron Walden Hospital
Alfred Hitchcock Hotel
Alfred Hitchcock Hotel
Alfred Hitchcock Hotel
Andy and Joan, York, England
Andy and Joan, York, England
Covering old efflorescence
Andy Newman: London. England.
Andy Newman: London. England.
Brick Restoration following Render Removal
Beachamwell, Norfolk.
Beachamwell, Norfolk.
Beachamwell, Norfolk.
Blending new to old - Conservation Area
Blending new to old - Conservation Area
Brick Tinting Conservation Area
Brick Tinting to Chimney
Brick Tinting to Chimney
Brick Tinting to Old Chimney
Hemingbrough Hall
Hemingbrough Hall
Matching-in old dark red sand and cement brick repairs
Howard Siegel: Manhattan, New York.
Howard Siegel: Manhattan, New York.
Makeover with 'Old English Red' in New York!
Howard Siegel: New York City
Howard Siegel: New York City
Brick Tinting New York
Lighterman House, London
Lighterman House, London
Dyebrick 'Old English Red' for a Complete Transormation!
Mrs Davis, Haslemere, England.
Mrs Davis, Haslemere, England.
Adding 'mock' Glazed Headers
Nigel: Crockhurst, Kent, England.
Nigel: Crockhurst, Kent, England.
Nigel: Crockhurst, Kent, England.
Ron: Brackley, Northants. England.
Ron: Brackley, Northants. England.
Ron: Brackley, Northants. England.
The Bobbin, Clapham, London.
The Bobbin, Clapham, London.
The Bobbin, Clapham, London.