The house that came with the lot had suffered years of neglect, but its old bricks were readily salvageable. Moore combined these with others taken from local demolition yards, piecing together beautiful, two-tone walls flecked with brightly painted pink, orange, lime green, and white bricks salvaged from a Denver elementary school.  Photo 2 of 10 in Revealing the Pros and Cons of Exposed Brick and How to Take Care of It
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"The building was 90% secure from the beginning; the walls didn't have significant damage," the firm says. "The floors, on the other hand, were not in great shape." The firm replaced the floors with concrete.  Photo 4 of 10 in Revealing the Pros and Cons of Exposed Brick and How to Take Care of It
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The peaceful space is accented with art, like the watercolor portrait gifted to the couple.  Photo 3 of 10 in Revealing the Pros and Cons of Exposed Brick and How to Take Care of It from Tunnel Vision
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