Once associated only with the furnishings of public spaces such as benches, today many companies are choosing concrete as a material to create trendy furniture and accessories.
In recent years, we have witnessed more and more the use of concrete also for home finishes such as floors, kitchen tops or backsplashes, first only in lofts and industrial-style houses but now increasingly used also in different style interiors. Today, concrete also enters the home in the form of furnishings and accessories.
And don’t think of bulky furniture, with full and brutalist shapes: the new technologies allow you to create light and rounded shapes, finishing that seem to make the concrete soft to the touch and new and unexpected colors. Solid and resistant furnishings that also adapt perfectly to the home environment.
If you are curious and want to learn more about this trend, I have made a selection of some concrete furnishings and accessories!
- Torcello lounge chair [Cimento Collection; 70x70x72cm;
- Aplom LED [Foscarini; ø17x36cm e 310 cavo; €373 cad. su madeindesign.it]
- Soround coffee table [Woud; Ø60×39,5 cm; €399]
- Brutus Lounge Chair [101 Copenhagen; 90,5x62x60 cm; €799]
- Fusto bookcase [Forma&Cemento; 160x65x140cm; €3.600]
- Alphacrete [Seletti; H 40cm; €145 cad.]
- Set of 3 vases Marie Zig Zag [Serax; 22x22xH22 cm; €111 cad. su madeindesign.it]
- Roman stool [Serax; 31.5x24x40cm; €137]
- Dolmen [Maisons du Monde; ø120x75cm; €599]
- JWDA Table Lamp [Menu; Ø17×29 cm, €199,95]
- Mammamia chair [Opinion Ciatti; 49x47x79 cm; €621 su shop.mohd.it]
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