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This week on The Block, we were shown just how design-flexible brick can be, as each home used Australia’s favourite material to create some absolutely stunning brick fences for the front gardens of the time-period homes.
Bricks are the perfect choice for external uses - whether it’s creating a unique patterned floor, adding texture to a landscaping design or building a statement brick fence.
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House 1: Harry and Tash’s house
Channelling everything Art Deco for the 1920s Spanish Mission house ‘The Kew’, this front garden fence used the Megalong Valley Grey bricks from our Dry Pressed Architectural Range.

Brick
Megalong Valley Grey, Dry Pressed Architectural range.
House 1: Harry and Tash’s house
Channelling everything Art Deco for the 1920s Spanish Mission house ‘The Kew’, this front garden fence used the Megalong Valley Grey bricks from our Dry Pressed Architectural Range.

Brick
Megalong Valley Grey, Dry Pressed Architectural range.
House 2: Sarah and George’s house
For the 1940s Inter-War style home ‘The Reservoir’, an intricate and detailed design pattern was created using a combination of soldier course headers, stretcher bonds and contrasting coloured brick to complement the interesting and unique aesthetic of the front facade.

Brick
Organic White, Dry Pressed Architectural range.
McGarvie Red, Dry Pressed Architectural range.
House 2: Sarah and George’s house
For the 1940s Inter-War style home ‘The Reservoir’, an intricate and detailed design pattern was created using a combination of soldier course headers, stretcher bonds and contrasting coloured brick to complement the interesting and unique aesthetic of the front facade.

Brick
Organic White, Dry Pressed Architectural range.
McGarvie Red, Dry Pressed Architectural range.
House 3: Daniel and Jade’s house
For the front garden of the 1930s Californian Bungalow ‘The Mayfield’, Daniel and Jade's house, used the Balmerino Blend and Gledswood Blend from our Dry Pressed Architectural brick range for the brick fence.

The fence was built using a combination of bold and interesting bond patterns and the brick products chosen for the project reflected the time period and overall aesthetic of Daniel and Jade’s front garden, providing style, privacy, and a high-quality fence that will look stunning for decades.

Brick
Balmerino Blend, Dry Pressed Architectural range.
Gledswood Blend, Dry Pressed Architectural range.
House 3: Daniel and Jade’s house
For the front garden of the 1930s Californian Bungalow ‘The Mayfield’, Daniel and Jade's house, used the Balmerino Blend and Gledswood Blend from our Dry Pressed Architectural brick range for the brick fence.

The fence was built using a combination of bold and interesting bond patterns and the brick products chosen for the project reflected the time period and overall aesthetic of Daniel and Jade’s front garden, providing style, privacy, and a high-quality fence that will look stunning for decades.

Brick
Balmerino Blend, Dry Pressed Architectural range.
Gledswood Blend, Dry Pressed Architectural range.
House 4: Luke and Jasmin’s house
With the task of upholding the traditional Australian Federation style of the 1910s in the ‘Summerhill’ home, the timeless style of brick was a clear winner for the front garden fence in this house.

Hawkesbury Bronze and Black Beauty bricks were used along with a stretcher bond to create a stunning garden fence that added a unique and distinct character, perfectly complementing the classic style that will need to be emulated throughout this build.

Brick
Hawkesbury Bronze, Dry Pressed Architectural range.
Black Beauty, Dry Pressed Architectural range.
Megalong Valley Grey, Dry Pressed Architectural range.
House 4: Luke and Jasmin’s house
With the task of upholding the traditional Australian Federation style of the 1910s in the ‘Summerhill’ home, the timeless style of brick was a clear winner for the front garden fence in this house.

Hawkesbury Bronze and Black Beauty bricks were used along with a stretcher bond to create a stunning garden fence that added a unique and distinct character, perfectly complementing the classic style that will need to be emulated throughout this build.

Brick
Hawkesbury Bronze, Dry Pressed Architectural range.
Black Beauty, Dry Pressed Architectural range.
Megalong Valley Grey, Dry Pressed Architectural range.
House 5: Jimmy and Tam’s house
For the 1950’s Mid-Century Modern build ‘The Junction’, the statement Organic White bricks from our Dry Pressed Architectural range were chosen for their fresh, creamy and perfectly on-brief front garden fence.

To match the houses aesthetic and era, this brick fence uses soldier course headers and a stack bond. The front pattern was created using hit and miss brickwork.

Brick
Organic White, Dry Pressed Architectural range.
House 5: Jimmy and Tam’s house
For the 1950’s Mid-Century Modern build ‘The Junction’, the statement Organic White bricks from our Dry Pressed Architectural range were chosen for their fresh, creamy and perfectly on-brief front garden fence.

To match the houses aesthetic and era, this brick fence uses soldier course headers and a stack bond. The front pattern was created using hit and miss brickwork.

Brick
Organic White, Dry Pressed Architectural range.
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