Brick color is a range of reds, oranges and browns inspired by the common color of the hard building material of the same name. Bricks are an ancient building material that were produced at great scale in the industrial revolution when they replaced stone as the exterior material of choice in industrialized countries. This is where the characteristic red color of bricks originated. Red was established as the standard color of bricks in England in the 1850s. This was done to increase the visibility of buildings in the fog. This red color spread around the world as British methods for scalable brick production where transferred to other nations. The following are common colors of brick.
Dark Purple Brick
Dark Brick Red
True Brick #2
Glossy Brick Red
British Red Brick
True Brick #3
Brick Orange #2
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