The concrete trend, also referred to as the cement trend, is now a common fixture of Instagram feeds. In addition to providing a sturdy foundation, concrete is now being installed in homes as flooring, fixtures, and shelving. Polished concrete is characterised by its slick sheen.

‘It has a charm, a character and a delightfully wholesome feel to it, it is certainly not a boring look but somehow retains a sense of simplicity and nostalgia. In these times of bolder interior decoration and less minimalism, it seems an easy way to include a little more texture and interest.’

Modern design is characterized by large geometric patterns, industrial materials, and clean lines. A modern aesthetic may be achieved by using concrete, with its smooth surfaces, mild gray tones, and utilitarian nature. This style is characterized by distressed finishes and stone surfaces.

Interior design is always changing. Change is constant in the construction business, bringing forth new concepts that help keep ahead of the trend curve. 

The innovators’ creativity is the sole limit to the industry-leading inventions that drive trends. In this round of brainstorming, the focus is on transforming industrial environments. Uncommon and at odds with prior design trends, concrete is increasingly being used in interior settings.

Concreting interior spaces is a brilliant idea due to its adaptability and versatility. Due to the ever-changing technological landscape, new mixtures are being developed, which come in a range of finishes. For a softer look, white concrete can be tinted with colors. A number of concrete mixes available in the market were added in this episode of Cement and Concrete decor list that resemble the feel of marble and limestone after polishing, making them perfect for elegant yet cheap interiors. Lets get inspired without further ado:



1.cement c table

 

First one on the list is this adorable C table or sofa table you can call it.The concrete C-table from the Pomona Collection of Pottery Barn is modern, industrial, and stylish. Space-saving design and a bright white finish make it a flexible addition to your current outdoor lounge furniture collection. The Finishing of this table is with a white stain and made from cement and fibres. 

On uneven ground, levelers that may be adjusted offer additional stability. 

It is imported. And Can fit into all sofas.The best choice for your formal lounge.



2. Concrete stool

 

As well as being a seating option, The Concrete Stool also doubles as a drink table if you want. Or you can just adorn these beautiful stools in Patio or inside your vacation rentals. Well addition, the natural finish mixes in with any style of furniture thanks to the hand holes. 

  • Hand-finished concrete stool. 
  • The machine-washable polyester cover of the cushion (available separately) is secured with a Velcro strap. 
  • Use either inside or out. 
  • Imported.

 

 

3. Cement table

A coffee table made of grey cement with chrome metal by Ergode, model is made of cement and metal mix. This stunning cocktail table has an industrial chic grey cement appearance table top and a sophisticated thick paneled design. Because of its sleek rectangular shape and across chrome metal construction, this stool gives both solid support and an attractive, modern aesthetic. Make your living area more useful with this multi-purpose coffee table. 

  • Grey cement-look table top with a modern industrial feel. 
  • Durable, stylish chrome metal base 
  • Rectangular table top with enough surface area 
  • Has a wide range of applications. 
  • Suitable for formal living rooms, family rooms, dens, or any other space.



 

4. Lamp

Who isn’t a fan of interesting looking industrial style lamps. As well as providing ambient lighting, the Clyde Table Lantern also acts as an industrial décor for your area. The 40W round antique bulb (included with this item) gives warmth to any space, whether it’s on a bookshelf, entryway table, or in your bedroom. This gray concrete lamp mixes well with a variety of color schemes and adds a bit of antique flair to the room. There is a simple on/off switch on the transparent cable.  The material and finishes used are brushed steel socket cover on gray cement. The measurements are 10.5″ Height Clear Cord with 40W. The Round Vintage Bulb is needed.



 

5. Cement Planters:

 

In addition to the plants they carry, planters are just as essential. A stunning planter enhances the room’s décor and demonstrates your sense of taste. With detachable legs, these lovely planters are a great complement to any room’s décor! 

  • It comes in two sizes to accommodate a wide range of plants 
  • It holds 8″ and 10″ pots. 
  • The wood legs on cement planters are detachable. 
  • The height of the little planter is 9 inches “9.75” long by 12″.75″ wide by 12.995″ high 
  • Size of the large planter is 16.5 inches long, 11 inches wide, and 11 inches high “It



6. Concrete console table

 

Next one in the list is this amazing looking console. This 52-inch console media table by laterre Furniture features a unique, revolutionary structure. Your living area will have a fresh new appearance with this modern, concrete-coated table top with a solid wood base and shelf. Modern city lofts or transitional living rooms with a dash of contemporary flair would benefit from this collection. Features a coat rack and dining/entryway seat that are part of the Brookside Collection.

 

 

7. Concrete Side Table

Use the Household Essentials faux concrete slate side table as a reading desk to experiment with color and texture. It has made my list because its not only affordable but also very chic looking.Stack books on the three-tiered lower shelf, while periodicals and notes can be stored on the middle level. With a surface measuring 14.76 inches wide by 19.7 inches deep, this side table is 23.6 inches high. Despite its lighter weight, its textured laminate surface looks and feels like concrete. 

Then how about some slate gray steel legs to go with it? 

It’s a great alternative to typical neutrals because it’s so vibrant. Any color and any style may be matched to this piece of jewelry! This elegant side table features a solid structure, a small footprint, and an elegant design.

 

 

 

8. Concrete lamp

Concrete lamps are everything the design, style, colour textures makes it a perfect fit. This 17.38-inch high electric table top lamp adds a little additional light and conversation to a desk or side table. 

  • An on/off switch is linked to the lamp’s 65-inch lead cable 
  • Warm white LED lights are integrated into the lamp’s rectangular frame, which measures 5.63 inches by 3.25 inches by 17.11 inches high. 
  • Indoor usage only. 

The concrete base of this contemporary light allows it to be placed securely on any flat surface without slipping.

 

 

9. Cement Desk CB2

This concrete desk, designed by Mermelada Estudio in Barcelona, was inspired by the work of French architect Jean Pouvé. To this relatively minimalist design, porthole features lend a structural/engineering component to it. Space-constrained offices might use a statement desk that also doubles as a dining table. Visit our blog to find out more about Mermelada Estudio’s work. CB2 is the only retailer. 

 

  • Otto grey concrete desk, dimensions 63″Wx30″D, with a 29″H height. 
  • Mermelada Estudio was responsible for the design. 
  • Concrete, sand and fiberglass are combined in a hand-made combination. 
  • Wax finish is clear. 
  • A dry cloth should be used to clean and polish the furniture every 6–8 months. 
  • Concrete is permeable, therefore coasters are advised. 
  • The product is manufactured in Vietnam.



 

10. Cement Planter with Basket Weave

 

Unbelievable faux woven basket planter is made of rock-hard material. The faux is so natural looking that it can definitely pass as Rattan or cane weave basket. Shape-retaining, perfectly formed organic slouch. CB2 is the only retailer. 

 

  • Large Cement Basket Planter with drainage holes. A 14″W x 14″D x 12″H cement block 
  • Finish: Hand-painted 
  • Everyone’s going to be different. 
  • Inclement weather should be stored indoors. 
  • There is no drainage hole in the product. 
  • Imported

 

In recent years, exposed concrete has evolved from a purely architectural and industrial material to a source of design inspiration for interiors. Floors, walls, furniture, and home items increasingly feature the urban material, bringing textures and finishes to unexpected locations.  Timber, marble, copper, and brass may all be used to soften concrete’s modernist characteristics.

In addition to being very resistant, concrete has a sophisticated but industrial look that is difficult to ignore. Slowly, it is becoming the cornerstone of minimalist design, whether it adds rough roughness or is shockingly elegant. 

Concrete hanging shelves, candle holders, and plant pots are great ways to get started. 

Are you feeling more courageous? 

Be bold and choose a statement piece for your dining room, living room or bar stool!  You can’t get enough of it! 

Polished concrete flooring (in a non-literal sense) is striking in modern kitchens. As an alternative, consider concrete-effect wallpaper for a more industrial design, or concrete tiles for your bathroom.Do let me know in comments what you think about this episode of Home Trends series. If you want to know more about the series read it HERE!

 

Happy Decorating!



INTERIOR HOME TRENDS SERIES:04 CEMENT & CONCRETE

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