Concrete in the interior can take many forms, which will enliven the design of the entire space. If concrete walls, floors or ceilings are too bold for you, try accessories or furniture made from concrete. Because of its versatility, concrete can be incorporated into any room.
Concrete in the interior is most often found in the industrial style, but it fits into any modern house. It doesn't have to look cold and uncomfortable at all. If you find its look too austere, try combining it with wood or brick. Glass, leather or metal also go well with it.
Concrete can be incorporated into every room — living room, bedroom, kitchen and hallway. Concrete in the interior does not have to be just a concrete structure. Very often it is used in the form of large-format slabs. These are fixed to the wall using formwork. They can be applied to one wall or to part of it. Cement plaster or trowel can also be used, which can be applied to a variety of substrates and is more affordable than boards.
Concrete in the interior on can also be found on the floor or on the ceiling. The floor does not have to be grey and cool, but can have different colours and textures. In addition, concrete has the ability to store heat, so if you have underfloor heating, the floor will be pleasantly warm. The same is true for the ceiling. If you have a concrete structure, have it admitted or use the aforementioned plaster and trowels.
You can also start with concrete in a minimalist way - with accessories or furniture. Virtually anything can be made, bathroom sinks, planters, lamps, candlesticks or all sorts of wall decorations are very popular. Concrete furniture is not a problem either. Look concrete can be applied to table tops, coffee tables and also to benches, chairs, shelves and racks. So if you don't want to have concrete on large areas, a few accessories or a side table are a great way to start.