Modulo Decorative Brick - White - 10.76 sq. ft. is rated
Rated 5 out of
Exactly What I Was Looking For!
It was surprisingly hard to find a product like this, and this was exactly what I was looking for to complete my living room feature wall! Affordable too.
We used wall tile glue and then grout. We will probably still paint this all white to seal it. The bricks are very light plaster and so could be cut with a hand saw. As recommended, we scored the back of each brick with an exacto knife before sticking.
I used the product calculator on the manufacturer's website, and we literally only had 3 bricks to spare! If we removed the baseboards or spaced it tighter, we would have been hooped, so keep that in mind.
Also as recommended by the manufacturer, we mixed the product from the 6 purchased boxes. Important to do, as the bricks were as much as a 1.5" variance in length from some boxes!
Date published: 2019-10-02
Rated 4 out of
I've been installing these on a false "fireplace" wall and they look great. We wanted a place to hide out tv cords and mess and I wanted it to look great and give some textural interest and even considered panelling. Then i found this on sale and couldn't pass it up. There was a learning curve, however. They need to be scored or scratched up on the back and the high edges knocked off. It's a time consuming, messy job. Like sanding drywall in your house. It is easy to score and snap, you can use drywall spackle to fill corners, (it would be nice to have real corner Pieces). It took a lot of mastic and even more grout. Nobody seems to offer good instructions or even the proper material to seal it. I am thrilled with the outcome, even though it was very laborious and messy, I got mine on sale and it was worth it. Looks like a million bucks.
Date published: 2019-03-27
Rated 4 out of
Nice but Time Consuming
This product is ok, it's easy to work with, easy to cut, trim into any shape. It's very messy and time consuming though, installs just like tiles, same process. Looks nice when completed. You can finish it by painting, it may take a few coats but that will seal the bricks.
Date published: 2019-05-09