brick bonds. (a) Flemish bond. (b) Flemish garden-wall bond. (c) Flemish stretcher-bond. (d) Monk bond. (e) English bond. (f) English garden-wall bond. (g) Header bond. (h) Dearne's bond. (i) English cross-bond or St Andrew's bond, with upper course of projecting bricks laid diagonally (cogging or dog-tooth) to support a cornice above. (j) Dutch bond. (k) Raking stretcher-bond or quarter-bond. (l) Rat-trap bond. (JJS) - See more at: http://www.arhitectis.com/brick.htm#sthash.pTr0o7hq.dpuf
The perfect Orangery .love,love,love The original brickwork to match main house Graceful orangery designed to order and painted in Marston & Langinger’s (Prices on application. 020 7881 5700 www.marston-and-langinger.com) PERFECT i think for the build look from the end of rear garden to our build walking into the orangery - adding flint work to the existing flint and keeping in with the style of house?
Plain English Osea Island with a bespoke marble and Oak wooden worktop in the Greenwich Park. Plain English Spitalfields cupboards with Georgian cornice. Bespoke. Panelled doors. Hand painted. plain seating
Step inside a pretty French-inspired Victorian cottage in Cheshire