By k4gura. Flooring. At Friday, November 30th 2018, 23:05:15 PM.
This house from Aarhus, Denmark has a living space that looks very warm and cozy, despite its polished concrete floor and accent wall. It’s because these elements are balanced out by the brown leather upholstery on the L-shaped bench and the pastel-colored patchwork rug.
A pattern is already starting to emerge: the combination of wood and concrete, two materials that complement each other beautifully and in every sense. Exposed concrete was used extensively by Henri Cleinge in the design of this home from Montreal, Canada but so was wood. These two materials define both the interior and the exterior living spaces.
There’s something really special about the overall look and feel of this charming, girlish and a punch of glam kitchen. And this light, laminate floor choice helps to grant ht illusion of the room being even bigger and more delicate.
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.