Exposed Concrete Walls – 11 Original Decor Ideas
Exposed concrete walls are rarely an option in interior design. With a sober, rigorous and rough look, concrete emanates fear and reticence, but its potential in a home décor is way underestimated. We will let the images below speak in thousands words about how these exposed concrete walls perfectly complete any interior design, imparting captivating and, especially, original accents. Images come via Home-designing.com
A stretch of grey in different tones, with small spots of color that break up this chromatic domination. The diffuse light that comes in through the skylight spreads a relaxing air, tempering the visual coolness of the concrete walls.
A bedroom in which we run into a bold combination of materials that come together in a modern décor. The brick and concrete walls, along the wooden clad ceiling, are a perfect trio that will surely give personality to any room.
The bathroom too can bare a wall, a perfect background which can highlight marble sanitary ware. Even though austere looking at a first sight, the décor lures to long moments of relaxation in the tub lying at the base of the grey wall.
Rely on colors that can draw your attention and look away from the stretch of cement which, even if in the background, manages to bring come chromatic balance. Below are several combinations of colors in which the concrete sneaks discreetly.
A modern kitchen which comes before our eyes as two distinct chromatic planes, but harmoniously blended. The glossy concrete floor spreads light across the ceiling and the walls, also highlighting the central kitchen unit.
Seen from a different perspective, the kitchen metamorphoses into a vast living space in which the bare grey walls lose their visual weight thanks to the natural light flooding the room.
Again, natural light and generous mirrors, the combination that dilutes any space and blurs any attempt to induce pessimism by means of dark colors whose intensity is otherwise on the wane.
The world map spreading at your feet, in a consummate chromatic composition, in which different earthy tones bring a warm and relaxing touch to a seemingly too dark room.
Again, brick and concrete walls over which natural light flows abundantly, depriving them of the satisfaction of a bleak picture. The couch in the middle too helps shape a vivid décor.