By k4gura. Flooring. At Friday, November 30th 2018, 23:04:21 PM.
This is minimalism at its best. What you see here is a portion of a house located in Burgos, Spain. It was a project by Pereda Perez Arquitectos and this living room is actually a very good representation of the entire building. Wood and concrete define the whole house, being used extensively and looking very pure and natural. The spaces are bright and fresh without looking or feeling monotonous.
Here’s another wood-laminate floor that’s filled with unusual color tones. It’s a mix of natural, light wood shades and a swirl of gray too. Which is such a beautiful brighter to this hazy, cottage kitchen.
A lot of architects and homeowners appreciate polished concrete floors for their modern appeal but also their pure and practical nature. It’s a look that suits not only minimalist, contemporary spaces but also mid-century and even traditional decors. This eclectic living space designed by Bourne Blue Architects is a nice example.
Panels with wallpaper or just paint in‐conjunction with it must be the ˝wall˝ that you first spot upon infiltrate the space or the “fireplace“ wall. If you want the wall to ”stand” out and go for a ”neutral” room also light‐hue walls in‐conjunction with furniture. Another plan is to rock bold hues similar pink and orange also orange with emerald in-conjunction with red but these could be fair ″accessories″ or particular bot to create the area overloaded with hue.