When it comes to the latest design trends, raw industrial materials are on the rise. Concrete is no longer reserved for just the exterior of houses; using concrete in home interiors is becoming increasingly popular. The versatility of the material likely owes to its popularity. Concrete comes in a range of finishes and can be used on floors, walls and ceilings. It can even be cast to create functional furniture within the home, including tables and stairs.
We have put together 10 stunning concrete interiors to inspire your next décor refresh.
Concrete is combined with a variety of textures in this living room to create an eclectic living space that is both practical and creative. Greenery is used to break up the neutral color palette, and add a pop of color to an industrial feeling space.
This polished concrete island is both practical and stylish. Brimming with raw beauty, this concrete worktop complements the stainless steel fittings in the kitchen perfectly, while playing on the industrial-style look.
Concrete has been paired with wood elements and accessories to create a bathroom that is rustic, yet contemporary. This sunken bath works beautifully in this compact space, with its feminine curves bringing elegance and timeless beauty.
When experimenting with this trend, concrete walls are a great starting point. The rough hewn texture of this bedroom wall provides the perfect backdrop for a rustic or Scandinavian-inspired interior. Paired with neutral tones and accessories this room will never date.
This living room design shows how concrete interiors can be welcoming and warm. This concrete wall boasts a built-in concrete fireplace that is hard-wearing and practical. The appeal of this space comes from the contrast of the concrete wall with the coziness of the soft furnishings.
Concrete makes a striking addition to a home office in the form of a simple yet stylish office desk. If you don’t want to commit to a remodel, a well placed piece of concrete furniture can update a room instantly. This office design showcases minimalist décor at its best.
The floating design of this concrete staircase makes the steps appear weightless, creating an elegant finish to a brutalist material. This staircase is minimalist, yet it creates a visually pleasing focal point that is bathed in light from the floor to ceiling windows.
The use of concrete on the walls and floor of this bathroom creates an expensive and polished look, despite the unfinished design of the material. The deep gray contrasts perfectly with the bright white of the bathroom’s furnishings.
Throw yourself in at the deep end with a concrete kitchen. Hard-wearing and sleek, a concrete kitchen is both fashionable and functional. This concrete design is a chic alternative to a traditional kitchen, but no less practical.
This concrete basin focuses on raw beauty and the organic nature of concrete. It is the ideal way to incorporate the concrete trend into your house bathroom. The basin and the wrought iron frame create a charming contrast that is both paired back and practical.