20 Homes With Breathtaking Painted Brick

Prepare to feel the sudden urge to grab your paint brushes and give your home a total facelift.

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Inviting Bungalow

Doesn’t this sweet little bungalow look like the perfect spot to stop for trick-or-treating with the kiddos? Gray brick with white exterior moulding and trim are a clean upgrade for this cozy, bungalow-style house and don't sacrifice any of its original charm in the process. (Seriously: So. Much. Charm!)

From: Chip Gaines and Joanna Gaines

Sleek + Smoky Townhouse

Nothing says, "chic city-slicker" quite like a townhouse sporting a few fresh coats of inky gray paint and pops of bright-white trim.

Twist on Traditional

Behold: the power of simple, white paint. Chip and Joanna made old new again with the helping hand of soft white paint, black shutters and modern light fixtures for this traditional home. Side note: We’re obsessed with all the warm, welcoming energy that the wooden door brings to the home’s crisp facade.

Easy on the Eyes

There’s something totally timeless about this sophisticated, soft white exterior. Paired with traditional brick pavers and lush landscaping, this home is as elegant as they come.

Fresh Curb Appeal

Show your neighbors how it’s done, y’all! This row house is a true stand-out against its plain-Jane (read: boring) neighbors. It turns heads of passersby with a pretty, pale blue facade and an updated porch to match.

Modern Contrast

Swimming with a view, right? We’re infatuated with this modern design’s stark white brick, floor-to-ceiling windows and sleek black trim details.

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Regal Revival

File this one under "ultimate dream home." This Tudor revival style home greets guests with bright white brick, manicured landscaping and an eye-catching cobalt front door.

Gorgeous in Gray

Fresh gray paint, white trim, new windows, updated columns and fresh landscaping all help give this stunner a more crisp and vibrant appearance.

Unexpected Neutral

Chip and Joanna updated this 1990s riverfront brick home with crisp blue-green paint and contrasting wood accents. Opt for this unique hue to paint the exterior of your home to create a modern-meets-rustic curb appeal that will stop passersby in their tracks.

Striking City Living

Black, white and oh-so-bold. This chic city townhouse features snow-white brick, moody black trim and a staircase that will steal the hearts of the public as they stroll by.

Modern Midcentury Modern

Who new midcentury modern could feel so fresh, so new and so very now? Painted white brick, a cedar-framed window grouping and planter boxes give this home exterior a distinct look. The style is modern while maintaining an understated and comforting feel.

Green With Envy

We’re smitten as kittens with this glorious,green "after" from Chip and Jo. In one of their more ambitious exterior makeovers, the Gaines' dream team re-pitched the roofline of this home and dramatically enhanced the entry with a porch bump-out that features post-and-beam construction. The exterior is further dressed up with fresh green paint, contrasting black shutters and new stairs and railing.

Contemporary California Living

Lush native plants add softness and color to the facade of this contemporary California house. The design team painted the brick exterior white to unify the finishes, adding black trim for a preppy East Coast vibe.

Baby Blue-Gray

The 1970s called, and they asked for the name of this pale, blue-gray paint color so they can get it right the first time around. The exterior of this ranch appears inviting with fresh white shutters and porch pillars to match.

Sweet Sage + Cedar Shakes

This ranch home combines a variety of stunning materials to create its killer cottage curb appeal. The sage-hued brick siding, cedar shakes and slate patio tiles mix beautifully with swirled topiaries, pine needle mulch and fun flowering window boxes.

Eye-Catching Ivory Tower

This posh poolhouse channels regality with a steep stairway, an elegant rounded door and a polished, ivory-painted brick.

Bright + Bold

Slinky black trim contrasts against the cool white brick exterior of this contemporary home. The black and white marry to create a fresh frame for the floor-to-ceiling statement windows.

Going Greige

This 1950s-era ranch house in Georgia got a new lease on life with a warm, earthy palette of greige and brown. The greige trim helps unite the dark gray-brown exterior brick with the black shutters and white vinyl windows.

Sighing Over Cypress

Don’t hold back from mixing unexpected colors and textures when creating your dream digs' exterior. Earthy gray paint and warm Cyprus wood siding create a killer combo for curb appeal on this house, as seen on HGTV's Home Town.

White-Hot Hues

The wintry mix of exterior colors on this stylish home is heating up the neighborhood. Intimate but stylish, this combination of front porch and main entrance makes a smashing first impression with its painted steel pergola and block columns of stucco veneer. Hagan Architects created this contemporary look while the soft gray brick porch structure was original to the house.