It’s no secret that concrete is the new black, but the main question on everyone’s mind is “Will it suit my homes style and needs?”. Let’s face it – decor trends come and go so when you come across a styling element that can conform to your changing style needs and desires, you know it’s a keeper! Today we show you just how easy it is to incorporate your favourite Cemcrete finish into your own unique style that will not only look good but stand the test of time.
Casa Sanchia is a Grecian inspired beach house with neutral tones and raw elements. Colour Hardener is an ideal floor finish to use throughout the interior, exterior and even right up to the rim of a pool.
(My idea of heaven on earth – the setting & views!)
The Sykes family home is a Provencal styled home, with an African influence. Using Cemcrete’s wall and floor finishes in various textures, united the perfect balance of classic style and relaxed, heart-centred family love.
Celtis House is minimalist and industrial mixed earth tones, warmth and art. Using Cemcrete’s textured CemWash as wall finishes in most of the rooms, the rough characteristic of this finish balances out the elegant straight lines found throughout Celtis House’s structure and décor.
Ah, and a little throw-back to our home in CT. While I still love the scandi-look, my tastes have somewhat evolved – either way – one things stands, I’d still choose a Cemcrete floor!
Here I merged Moroccan and Scandinavian trends, showcasing a minimalistic style that can still be functional in everyday family life. Cemcrete’s CreteCote Nickel Grey was used for the floor application and SatinCrete Parchment was used on the bathroom walls and vanity to create the illusion of a larger space.
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