Incorporate Them Unexpectedly
Keep a cabin or lodge from feeling overly outdoorsy and nature-inspired by using an industrial material like concrete for the floors.
Create Flow From Inside Out
Since concrete is a great material for both indoor and outdoor spaces, it's the perfect choice for the ground level of a modern home with a backyard.
Allow the Floor to Anchor the Room
The smooth, polished aesthetic and texture of concrete floors makes them irresistibly sleek. The concrete floors contribute to the open floor plan, loft-like layout the space. The walls are painted in a chalky sheen to reflect the raw material and edgy look of the floors, setting the scene even further.
Get the Most Out of a Bathroom
Concrete is a great material for bathroom floors since it can also be the base in the shower. It's edgier and more modern than tiles, too
Lay Concrete Floor Tiles
Instead of polished concrete or classic hardwood floors, consider laying concrete tiles
Embrace the Edge
A jute rug, indoor trees, and exposed brick work together to set a nature-inspired but chic, contemporary scene in this open space