PGH Bricks Unveil Nine Key Design Trends With 2019 Styles Guide

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Updated: December 9, 2019

Bricks continue to be a superior, sustainable and progressive material with beauty and strength unequalled.

Its solid structural capabilities deliver unrivalled versatility and endless customisation opportunities for contemporary Australian buildings, no matter what their style. As such, PGH Bricks is committed to bringing the building industry their very best, latest, and most beautifully evolved, architectural bricks and walling products available locally and internationally.

To help builders bring brick to the fore in their next project, PGH Bricks has collaborated with leading design studio Nexus Designs to curate nine stunning palettes based on the hottest local and global design trends. This year’s Styles Guide will also help builders take brick from the outside in, with nine beautiful palettes for interior spaces.

“Given its infinite offerings, the 2019 PGH Bricks Styles Guide has been designed to not only inspire your new project, but also make the briefing process easier and more seamless for both the builder and their clients,” says Jai Sanderson, General Manager Marketing at PGH Bricks & Pavers for CSR Ltd. “These nine stylish mood boards will help inspire you to create beautiful, cutting-edge projects that will be loved for generations to come.”

To help clients determine their favourite of these nine looks, PGH Bricks has also developed an online Styles Quiz. Whether that is Coastal Hamptons, Luxury Noir or one of the other stylish palettes – this easy-to-use tool makes material selection quicker, easier and more enjoyable. By answering eight simple questions online, participants can identify what palette best reflects them and thus simplify the often daunting process of choosing building materials.

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. Furthermore, for each of the nine palettes, there are 36 different state-based schemes; mood boards that have been tailored specifically to each state and their various environments, from coastal or rural living to inner-city dwellings.

The 2019 Styles Guide includes the four most popular palettes from 2018 plus five fresh new looks.

For more information visit www.pghbricks.com.au/styles