September 21, 2022 | Updated: October 10, 2022
This style is characterised by the use of building elements for decoration and allows you to unify the different rooms or areas in a house with the same colour range, based on shades of grey and black. It also achieves a perfect combination of old and new to create modern and contemporary spaces.
The cement effect makes it possible for any room to be filled with personality and character, and it is the latest trend for creating modern and versatile living rooms where the walls and floor are brought together with the concrete look. A neutral base plays an important role in this style, as it allows you to choose brightly coloured furniture and accessories to add a colourful touch to the spaces. A more elegant trend is to combine it with marble to embellish the space and give it a touch of elegance (Alluslate Peak Topo from Krion).
Finding balance in cement effect decoration
Bathrooms are usually the most welcoming and intimate rooms, and this material is especially good when it comes to creating a sense of spaciousness and uniformity (Matera Deco Acero from L’Antic Colonial). Wooden beams and other industrial-style elements combine with the cement look and are common in rooms such as the living-dining room where they create unique, bold spaces and an absolute balance (Alhama Texture Home Marble from L’Antic Colonial).
Aged wooden furniture or chairs, steel or metal pendant lamps, geometric patterned rugs and natural plants give a warm look to spaces that use cement-effect materials.