Published at Friday, November 23rd 2018, 20:31:05 PM by Aimee Martin. Flooring. 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.
Published at Monday, November 05th 2018, 17:34:58 PM. Rug By Sydney Martinez. Cowhides are elegant and stylish accent pieces and they often contribute to a more inviting and casual atmosphere without compromising on elegance. A beautiful cowhide rug can be a very beautiful focal point in a living room and also a very chic detail for the décor. Let’s take a look at a few interiors that feature such accents.
Published at Monday, November 05th 2018, 11:52:24 AM. Flooring By Alva Wagner. A similar strategy was used by Isern Associats for this house in Sant Pol de Mar, Spain. However, the contrast between the polished concrete floors and the wood-clad walls is quite subtle. In a way, that means there’s not a lot of warmth given out by the wood yet the texture is still there. A great design strategy for minimalist and Nordic-inspired decors.
Published at Monday, November 05th 2018, 11:22:07 AM. Flooring By Alva Wagner. Even your contemporary, retro-inspired kitchen could use some sheen and shined laminate flooring to top off the look. And the lighter choice here keeps the room more open in feel. If you have more of a funky, eclectic taste in home decor, then this space may give you some beautiful inspiration. Laminate floors can resemble real hardwood quite well!
Published at Monday, November 05th 2018, 09:16:24 AM. Rug By marquisa simon. Even though the black and white combination is a classical, it’s not the only existing one. Sometimes a black and white accent piece would be too strong for a certain décor. In this case, for example, the cowhide features white and brown accents which match with the beautiful wooden floors and thus the visual impact is less striking.