Liquid Brick transforms almost any wall...  

Our lime based 'Brick Effect Rendering System' is a permanent decorative cladding for almost any reasonably smooth, structurally secure vertical surface:

It is a versatile, environmentally friendly alternative to real brickwork, brick slips or other renders, that can be achieved by almost anyone.


Let your imagination run wild:

Imagine It.  Then Do It!

Use your imagination with Liquid Brick

Daddy's shed becomes Wendy's House!

Our brick effect render is not just a cost effective alternative for bricks or block-work, but is a fantastic stand alone product in its own right, which can be used to enhance older brick and mortar constructions.  

Now there is no need to re-build a wall, which while still providing its primary structural function, has aesthetically seen better days.  A simple application of our wall render can restore the wall to it's glory days, for a fraction of the cost of a re-build.

Our brick effect render need not be used solely to cover up existing aesthetically challenged outside surfaces; it can also be brought inside to create faux brick effect finishes to kitchens and living rooms, to give that New York loft style contemporary wall finish.

Why use obvious brick effect wallpaper, hard to install brick slips or real bricks and mortar if you don't have to.

Unless you really must use bricks...  Use Liquid Brick, and be your own bricky

After the render has been applied to the wall, the mortar lines are 'cut' through the top coat to create the brick effect

Where can it be used:

  • Outside walls

  • Decorative garden walls

  • Inside feature walls

  • Gable ends

  • Fireplaces

  • Garages

  • Sheds

  • Film sets

  • Children's dens

Outdoors, apply it to:

  • Existing bricks

  • Blocks

  • Stone walls

  • Rendering

  • Secure timber

  • OSB

  • Ferrous and non-ferrous materials

  • Fiberglass mesh

Indoors, apply it to:

  • Plastered walls

  • Plasterboard

  • Stud partition

  • Wall tiles

  • MDF

  • Fiberglass mesh

  • Timber

Download our guide to substrate preparation here