By Heather Kleve. interior. Published at Tuesday, August 21st, 2018 - 14:18:54 PM.
Take the picture above as an example. While the room features a consistent color palette. the same number of chairs on either side of the coffee table. and even a symmetrical layout. it was probably the fireplace that caught your eye first — and held it. Asymmetrical elements are a good tool to use when you want to call attention to a feature of your design.Asymmetrical design can make your interiors feel more casual.It's more casual
It almost goes without saying that concrete and industrial design go hand in hand. You don't have to work hard to conjure images of former industrial warehouses turned sun-drenched lofts or reclaimed bits of machinery that have been transformed into chic accent pieces.If you're going to go this route. we suggest going big to really drive home your design inspiration.
In this case. while one wall will probably add a bold punch of texture and visual interest. multiple walls run the risk of feeling too stark and overwhelming.Once properly installed. concrete easy to maintain.It's easy to maintain.More and more people are choosing to incorporate concrete in their interiors because it's a particularly easy material to maintain.
Concrete floors are a natural choice. They work particularly well in open concept applications and. when compared to many of the rustic-finished woods that also fit this aesthetic. they're an affordable alternative.If concrete floors aren't your thing. concrete walls are also a great way to make a style statement. However. you'll probably want to stick to a singular accent wall.