Published at Tuesday, November 13th 2018, 10:30:27 AM by Kathe Werner. Flooring. It’s not just the combination of materials that makes this living room look stunning. We find the lighting to be exquisite and we absolutely love the bright green sofa and matching ottoman, not to mention all those gorgeous throw pillows. This is a space designed by Karawitz Architecture and, as you can see, it makes the most out of its polished concrete floor.
Published at Monday, November 05th 2018, 11:22:07 AM. Flooring By Alva Wagner. 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.
Published at Monday, November 05th 2018, 09:16:24 AM. Rug By marquisa simon. White, on the other hand, is a color associated with purity. A white rug would require constant maintenance since it would snow even the smallest stain. This is not the case with black rugs. A white rug can be used to create contrasts or to create balance in a room by coordinating it with other elements sharing similar colors.
Published at Monday, November 05th 2018, 08:48:39 AM. Flooring By marquisa simon. There was a time when bare concrete floors stayed well hidden beneath carpets, parquet flooring and tiles, when it was inconceivable to leave them exposed and the very idea that they could look good like that was not even taken into consideration. Now we know better than to dismiss it and concrete floors are actually trendy in modern and contemporary interior design. We’ve learned to embrace their raw and pure beauty and to complement them with comfortable furniture, textured accent rugs and warm wood elements. Let’s see how some architects and designers chose to integrate concrete floors into their projects.