By Exie Pinkowski. interior. Published at Monday, July 23rd, 2018 - 01:20:08 AM.
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.
In contrast. asymmetrical designs aren't constrained by the same level of perfection. The allowance for differences in their arrangement enables the space to feel a bit more casual. a bit more “lived-in.” As such. asymmetrical designs are often favored in high-traffic areas of the home. such as family rooms and eat-in kitchens.Follow these tips to bring asymmetry to your interiors. How to pull it off
Every room in your home needs a focal point. Since concrete is such a heavy material to work with. when it's used in design. it lends a ton of visual weight to the room. This means it will instantly draw the eye and ground the space. All told. these factors make concrete an excellent choice to become a focal point in your home.
Remember wall decals? They aren't just for kids' rooms anymore. Today's wall decals — rebranded under the term removable wallpaper — are a great way to make a big design statement for relatively little effort and upfront cost. With a press-and-stick installation method. plus the ability to peel the design off and throw it away at the end of your lease. this method should be a go-to pick for any renter.