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4003 Sleek Concrete™ by Caesarstone
Smooth. Civilised. Sleek Concrete™ encapsulates the look and feel of fine concrete with its warm grey quartz base. It is the perfect design partner for those looking to create a modern yet durable industrial aesthetic. Its authentic Concrete finish adds texture to benchtops with its original look and feel. _____________________ Exceptionally versatile, Sleek Concrete™ works in harmony with a broad range of design styles and colour palettes, bringing a touch of luxury to interior designs…
Intérieur en béton décoratif? Nos conseils!
Aujourd’hui on présente à votre attention le béton décoratif dans l’intérieur.Est-ce que c’est un revêtement approprié pour chaque type d’aménagement moderne
What is Polished Concrete?
What is Polished Concrete? "Polished concrete is fast becoming the ultimate no-wax flooring material. Thanks to recent advances in concrete polishing equipment and techniques, we are able to grind concrete floors, whether new or old, to any desired gloss providing a long lasting low maintenance floor."
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Concrete doesn't have to be grey. This Oyster White Lazenby Polished Concrete floor with its mottled appearance creates a beautiful feature within a beautifully designed kitchen.
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Everything Old is New Again: Terrazzo Flooring is Making a Comeback
Nest Architects One of the more surprising trends I’ve noticed in the past year is the frequent use of terrazzo in residential interiors. This ubiquitous composite material is more commonly associated with schools, metro stations, and 1970s office buildings than with our homes. But everything old is new again, or so they say.