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The Ultimate Dream: Red Brick Houses

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Red brick houses are something we simply don’t see every day. They are very special and have an almost fairytale-like character that is both charming and intriguing. The red brick instantly creates a homey look, making a house truly a home.

Just looking at a simple picture of a red brick house makes you fantasize about the family memories you could make within, anything from cooking meals together to reading books by the fireplace in the evening. The true charm of red brick homes is that they have the power to make both modern and old-fashioned houses look marvelous! Indulge in the inspiration below!

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The Cozy Red Brick Family Home


There is a certain coziness that comes with a house built of red bricks. It’s perfect for a family home, where you can set roots and watch your children grow up, having your masterpiece of a house always in the background of every picture, like a compass always pointing towards home.



Red brick house with black awnings and trim.


Resembling a cozy vacation house, this red brick home carries a classy and traditional look, perfected by the black windows. See it at Liz Marie.



Red brick home with white columns and dormer windows


This home has a truly remarkable entrance, one that draws you in and makes you aware of the dance between the softness of the cream-colored windows and pillars and the roughness of the brick. Take a look at Mountain Photographics.



red brick house with ivy growing on the walls and features green trim.


Wrapped in ivy, this red brick home can’t escape its mysterious, fable-like appearance. The house fits right amongst the plants as if it has always been a part of them. Admire it at Vintage Home & Garden.



Red brick house with black fence that has a circular design.


The perfect cozy little red brick home, found at The Oregonian, has an air of familiarity and homeliness, supported by the enchanting garden surrounding it.



A lit-up red brick house at night with a concrete driveway.


Resembling a super-sized cottage, this red brick house by Mountain Photographics is one we would surely love to call home.



Red brick house with green bushes and light blue front door.


What is this bright brick house seen on RealHomes, if not truly dreamy? It’s perfectly fitting among its green surroundings, working complementarily with the colors of nature.



One-story red brick house with an awning by the front door.


For a conservative-looking home, let the red bricks be the main decorating factor. Idea found on Medium.



Red brick house with white window trim and a white front door.


This family house is built dynamically, incorporating a small balcony and arches, radiating in the glory of the red bricks that it’s made of. The picture is courtesy of Greenwood Property Photography.

Suburban Red Brick Perfection


Even the suburbs can have a red brick house, but it will easily stand out. That, of course, is a good thing, seeing as you want your home to be special and one of a kind – unless you are lucky enough to live in the suburbs of a place where all houses have a red brick theme, in which case you win by default!



Red brick house with a large two-car garage and concrete driveway.


Suburban homes have the tendency to look repetitive, so a red brick house is an obvious choice if you want to avoid monotony. Picture by Apple Glass Company.



Red brick house with green front grass.


We can easily say that this beautiful house, found at Thornhill Woods, is the “poster-boy” residence for the ultimate family home.



Dark red brick house with white fixtures and bushes all around.


Dim colors and darker bricks are a wonderful combination, as you can see at Atlanta Home Improvement.



Dark red brick house with white trim and multiple large windows.


A darker shade of red brick can create a mystically looking home, especially if you choose to pair it with neutral colors, such as black and grey. Picture by Carmen’s Chronicles.



Red brick house covered in snow.


A charming house that stands out in the snow works like a muse for anyone with a camera. This one draws all the attention to itself with the specific red brick look. Photograph by Michael Penney Style.



Two-story red brick house with many windows.


A minimalistic landscape is the perfect setting for this outstanding brick house, wonderfully done with dark window shutters. Admire it at America’s Home Place.



Lit up red brick house with concrete walk way.


A red brick house will help you bring an element of traditional styling into even the most urban environment. See the result at Kolbe Windows.



Driveway leading up to a red brick house with uniquely shaped windows.


Even modern houses can do with some red brick! Look at this example by Contemporist, where contemporary architecture meets classic brick.


Red brick house with matching driveway, featuring a large white front door.


The threshold of the house is an important part of it, and here’s a lovely example, found at McClure Architecture, of how enticing the whole brick home looks when the threshold matches it as well.



Red brick house with white front door and a large tree.


This aristocratic home comes from Samantha Kayla and it’s worth noting that the way the red brick surface is positioned in the center, with white pillars on each side, is absolutely brilliant.

Red Brick Mansions


If you love the grandeur of a big mansion, imagine how prestige it’s bound to look when fully made out of red bricks. While mansions sometimes lack the feelings of homeliness, the ones you can see below are the complete opposite. The red brick instantly gives them a feeling of tradition and familiarity, making them less intimidating and more homely but just as grandiose as ever!



Massive driveway with metal fence gates leading up to a mansion made of red brick.


Matched by its driveway, this red brick house is like something straight out of a movie. Magnificent in its size and complemented by its surroundings, it really is a dream home for many. See it up close at Dustin Peck Photography.



Red brick mansion with matching brick driveway.


Yet another home with a matching driveway, clearly showing you how important consistency is, even when decorating the outdoors. Picture found on HomedIt.



Large red brick mansion with entryway, black fencing, and white deck pillars.


Red bricks look marvelous on this remarkable Victorian mansion. The dynamic architecture of the house is simply captivating. Visit Home Stratosphere for a closer look.



Red brick mansion with stairs leading to the front with matching red brick pillars.


Red bricks have the power to give a grand mansion an even more prestigious and unique look, as seen at Julian Bicknell & Associates.

Red Brick Townhouse


Townhouses can so easily blend in with their surroundings that it’s hard to notice them sometimes, especially since people are busily rushing past them every day. But a red brick townhouse is one that nobody will be able to ignore due to its exceptional, bold appearance!



Red brick house with white window trim and fencing.


Add a neutral element to your red brick house to lessen the contrast between the bold bricks and white windows. Inspiration by Beautiful Foundations.



Red brick house with a medium-sized tree and black finishes.


A simple townhouse, featured at A Cup of Jo, that is bound to catch the eye of anyone who passes by, thanks to the noticeable red brick.



Red brick house with large windows on the second story.


This townhouse, photographed by Paige Miller, has a distinctly old-fashioned look, made even more appealing by the prominent brick exterior.



Red brick house with stairs leading to the front white door.


Almost hidden by the greenery, the red brick home we found at Elle Apparel even has window shutters in a shade of dark green, creating a consistent color palette.

Faded Red Bricks


If you are dreaming about a brick home but don’t find the bold look appealing, you can opt for a faded-looking red brick house that is just as distinct as others, except a bit more subtle, gentle, and less pompous!



Feded red brick house with green front grass and multiple roof peaks.


A villa like this is a true treat for the eyes! Perfect for all who love the countryside and don’t want to give up comfort, this home with faded-looking red brick exterior seen on Home Decor Bliss is one to be inspired by!



Cream-colored red brick house with white fixtures and a large window upfront.


Anyone who adores the subtle appearance of the house will appreciate the fact that cream-colored bricks always do the trick! The picture was featured on Photon House.



Three-story red brick house with dark window trim and front door.


A magnificent red brick house with big vertical windows, like this one by Missouri Gallery, feels like an open and inviting place.



Red brick house with black window trim and chimney.


This simple and straightforward red brick house is ideal for lovers of smaller, cozy houses. We are in awe of the gentle tones of the red brick exterior; it truly gives the house a calming vibe. Even though it’s small in size, its serene look makes it grand. Peak this home posted by Michelle Grant.

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