Always thought concrete was for your exteriors? It’s time to experiment with this stunning material inside your home
Traditionally, concrete has been a material of choice for exteriors by architects and interior designers. In the last few years, however, the concrete look has come to convey an understated, earthy approach to interior design. Browse through the gallery to see the ten times that concrete or a concrete finish worked wonders indoors.
The rustic wood furniture and rattan lamp offsets the harshness of the concrete wall in the background.
Consider using a concrete finish in your bathroom for a contemporary, minimal feel.
The concrete finish on the walls of this living room complement the simple white walls of the dining area.
The concrete finish on this wall gives the room an understated vibe.
The concrete wall on the left complements the steel finish on the right side of this dining cum kitchen space.
Concrete and wood play up each other's strength in this room.
This look was achieved using cement sheets on the walls, easily available in the market at your local hardware store.
The raw cement staircase complements the industrial style furniture and lighting in this apartment designed by Bengaluru based architecture firm Praxis.
Interior designer Shabnam Gupta designed this dimpled concrete ceiling in a client's vacation home in Goa.
Bright pops of pink rescue the starkness of this room with concrete walls.
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