Clay brick has a large variety of color depending on where the clay is sourced and can be used in a contemporary commercial project to a traditional residential project.

Williamstowne #700

Williamstowne #700

Williamstowne #700
Tyron #750

Tyron #750

Tyron #750
Tumbleweed Paver

Tumbleweed

local, Tumbleweed
Thin Brick: Coastal Series San Simeon

Thin Brick: Coastal Series San Simeon

Thin Brick: Coastal Series San Simeon
Thin Brick: Coastal Series Morro Rock

Thin Brick: Coastal Series Morro Rock

Thin Brick: Coastal Series Morro Rock
Thin Brick: Coastal Series Laguna

Thin Brick: Coastal Series Laguna

Thin Brick: Coastal Series Laguna
Thin Brick: Coastal Series Cambria

Thin Brick: Coastal Series Cambria

Thin Brick: Coastal Series Cambria
Thin Brick: Coastal Series Calico

Thin Brick: Coastal Series Calico

Thin Brick: Coastal Series Calico
Thin Brick: Coastal Series Bodega Bay

Thin Brick: Coastal Series Bodega Bay

Thin Brick: Coastal Series Bodega Bay
Sunset Red

Sunset Red

Sunset Red
Sea Gray

Sea Gray

Sea Gray
Savannah Grey #420

Savannah Grey #420

Savannah Grey #420
Redondo Gray

Redondo Gray

Redondo Gray
Red Flash

Red Flash

Red Flash
Railroad Blend

Railroad Blend

local, Railroad Blend
Park Ridge #250

Park Ridge #250

Park Ridge #250
Old Sacramento Blend

Old Sacramento Blend

local, Old Sacramento Blend
Monterey Bay Flashed Paver

Monterey Bay Flashed

local, Monterey Bay Flashed
Medium Iron Spot

Medium Iron Spot

Medium Iron Spot
Light Iron Spot

Light Iron Spot

Light Iron Spot
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