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Bringing the outdoors in is the perfect way to inject a bit of life into a room. Plants and wicker furniture can do the trick, but I'm currently coveting the rough, European look of brick pavers in kitchens and hallways. Here are some of the shots I have pinned across my inspiration board:

What do you think? Should pavers stay outside, or is this the newest way to add texture indoors?

Gwen McAuley has a flooring crush, too. Read about her love of herringbone in this blog post. Plus see the reverse — indoor-inspired outdoor spaces — in this photo gallery.

Photo credits:
1. Ferguson & Shamamian Architects
2-3. Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles
4. Amy Morris Interiors
5. Dinesen
6. Renovation Style Magazine

Author: 

Reiko Caron

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