How to bring out the beauty of the concrete walls
Dare to be bold and courageous with your interior design?
Then the concrete walls are probably not a bad option for you. Sometimes they appear as a task that still needs to be completed. Actually, however, you loosen up the shapes and put the accent on the room itself with its simple elegance and unique personality.
The rough and unfinished look of the concrete can not be denied. The trendy industrial style adorns the walls. Although one can hardly believe it at first, this style is more than inviting.
Whistler Residence, British Columbia - exposed concrete at home
Clever mixture of concrete and wood
Iindustrial vision and open spaces
This is a beautiful house. Its architecture will most likely attract your attention immediately. Above all, the exposed concrete walls stand out and their love affair with the high-quality wood, which adorns the open and beautiful space of the villa.
- Concrete and stainless steel from Buenos Aires
Maybe it was the Atlantic Ocean with its cold and fresh breezes that inspired this house. But it can also be the exciting creativity of young and talented Argentine designers. They wanted to break a bit of the stereotypes and create a house with a distinctive character.
- Byrne's residence, Phoenix
This is a work of the architects from TheConstructionZone. You have done the renovation of this residence in 1998. What do you like most about this house? I especially like the wonderful strategy of using the concrete on the accent wall. This attracts attention also by the high-quality wood and the imaginative design of the furniture. Just take a look at this terrace furniture with the fireplace and the concrete wall. Or what do you think of this modern home office or the way in which you can see how the concrete is reflected in the mirror.
- Echo Beach, Vancouver
Here we see the house of a young family and their equally young vision. It is a sustainable construction. The building allows green alignment and if homeowners should choose, they are also ready for a solar installation. It is also easy to maintain and provides a general WOW factor.
These walls look spectacular with the light from above. That's a cool lifestyle.
- Mountain Homestyle, Capitol Creek
Is there any better place for concrete walls than a fancy retreat anywhere in the mountains? Here one clearly shows that the idea of concrete as a cold and sterile material is outdated. Here, the hippie style gets a current meaning and at the same time, the whole thing is super comfortable and warm. With a lot of glass you finally reach perfection.
- Dorsey Residence, Seattle
The architects of this house are from Coates Design Architects. They have a really great approach to concrete. The house increases the floor area to maximum by using the vertical space. From the distance, it looks like an anonymous, sober, monumental double-storey building, with front to the water. After the entrance, a new world opens up: warm, bright and open.
- Lima residence, Los Angeles
The luxury is not always synonymous with famous brands and contemporary Italian furniture. He insists much more in the details. This definitely applies to the Lima Residence, which you can see in the pictures below. It was designed by Abramson Teiger Architects. Simple, modern, pure lines adorn the beautifully designed concrete walls. The expansive spaces and beautiful colors are some of the elements that attract attention. This is a wonderful example of how to connect the outside world with the inside world ... right?
The designers of E. Cobb Architects have outdone themselves with this building. Consistent gray colors, stylish even more I have to say here are broken up by warm nuances and bold shades. They complement in a wonderful way the great views of the ocean. The effect is reinforced by the floor to ceiling windows.
Thanks to these windows you can define the building as a glass house. It is amazing how strong and powerful material like concrete can be so wonderfully connected to the glass ....
- Kurth Residence, Santa Barbara
Do you fancy a conventional, rectangular house? Of course you have the right! But first, look at what the Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects created in Santa Barbara. This is an atypical house with curved shapes and exposed concrete walls
There must be something exciting about the combination of sand and the use of concrete. It is absolutely trandy that you integrate the environment into the interior design. There seems to be a tendency to use concrete walls that serve both for good insulation and as a visual focal point. Like many other properties in this area, this home is majestic, warm and inviting. The house also has something crazy about it, which makes it even more interesting.
There is a good reason why this building is called Box House. But, there is something very peculiar about it: the design makes up most of the architecture, and the whole thing stays elegant and tidy. In order to compensate for the concrete, the house incorporates a lot of glass, making the interior appear spacious and well ventilated. It can be said that the combination of concrete and glass is also winning in this case.
This unconventional structure was launched by Jonathan Segal FAIA. There is talk of the luxurious Cresta residence in California. Here, creativity reaches a whole new level. It provides an industrial touch thanks to the exposed concrete walls. By using high quality materials, the residence ensures a perfect indoor-outdoor lifestyle. Did we also mention the built-in lighting used after sunset?
- Czech Republic
Do you want another example of creative handling of concrete? Here comes this material in use as evidence of upscale interior design. Built by Oooox, the house includes subtle textures blended with wood and white lacquered furniture, which brings some of the typical appearance of industrial design. Because this is the design style from which the architects draw their inspiration here.
Here we have a great example of modern minimalism mixed with Japanese design. The house is a creative work of Atelier Boronski. The interior design is mostly based on black and white and the concrete walls have a wonderful surface. This relatively empty space actually looks spectacular.
Several more ideas for concrete walls and concrete walls for your attention
These are concrete wallpaper, but the effect is the same
Further combination between wood and concrete, this time in the study
Monochromatic interior shows clean lines and clean shapes
Large concrete slabs in the dining room
Confidential Feng Shui atmosphere
Dining room looks masculine
Elegant bedroom has chic charm
Indirect lighting emphasizes the concrete walls
Minimalist but striking
Wall design with concrete suitable even for offices
Floating metal staircase
Refined living room