212,546 Concrete Furniture Home Design Photos

PAD studio
New Forest House
like the concrete wall, stone at the bottom, up lights
muffling sound from a nearby road.Discover more ways to use concrete creatively
A concrete spine wall runs from the ground floor down to the basement
A concrete spine wall runs from the ground floor down to the basement and acts as a thermal mass, negating fluctuations in temperature. It absorbs heat
“불” — angelagbx
Robert Mills Architects and Interior Designers
1 Review
Sorrento House Kitchen
Timber butted up next to concrete - lovely.
marks the transition from the kitchen to living space in this contemporary concrete home isn’t high but still visually separates one side of the room from
next to each other. The natural and warm timber with the cool grey of the concrete have a great authentic feeling. See more of this villa
modern kitchen - concrete counters -
“Layout and design” — seekeat
Three Legged Pig Design
5 Reviews
faster. This has left the white concrete with dark gray patches due to moisture that has been trapped within the concrete. It was pressure washed twice
Thank you for your response. I have concrete walks that were poured in the coldest part of winter with a number #2 additive
The Terrazzocrete flooring is a standard concrete slab (not a topping) that was not troweled after a bull float to keep the
the aggregates near the surface and then polished. Thus. any good concrete slab sub can pour this with proper instructions. Please contact me via my website
made of durable and ecofriendly Terrazzo Crete, a custom-made polished concrete with exposed aggregates and iridescent fragments that shimmer in the sunlight
“Table” — Lorana Price
Restructure Studio
10 Reviews
Bouldin Creek Residence
walls concrete, or is that a paper? Looks great with the ceiling and color scheme!
In general would you say building extensions out of concrete is cheap
I do like the look of the raw and/or polished concrete. Is this also cheap/cost effective when building or does it work out to the same cost
addition. After digging out an 8-foot section of backfill, the team built a concrete retaining wall and a set of stairs to the first floor. The raw, exposed
addition. After digging out an 8ft section of backfill, the team built a concrete retaining wall and a set of stairs to the first floor. The raw, exposed
Ceiling & concrete walls left exposed
“The furniture” — els0825
Joan Heaton Architects
Modern Cabin
Can you give me any information about the stain color used on the concrete floor?
The table is from Room and Board. Some of my other favorite sources for furniture are Blu Dot and CB2.
to our house (knotty pine, concrete floor)
I like the warm colored concrete floor that complements the
and the window and door casings are ash. "The warm tones of the polished concrete floors complement all the other finishes," she says.
Concrete floor, wood ceiling, wood trim
“Warm tones and wood ceiling” — Greg Crawford
Country by Design
1 Review
Urban Infill Home
What colors were used to get the effect. I am doing a stamped concrete patio and pool surround
This is stained and stamped concrete. They did a beautiful job to make it look so natural.
What do you like about this photo?concrete
Furniture groupings...Stamped concrete...stained and stamped concrete...Stamped & colored concrete
“I like the shape of this patio” — msamuolis
Sam Crawford Architects
Newtown Terrace
Is this concrete? How thick is it?
from. The clients selected the furniture after the project was complete. We generally do not get involved in furniture selection unless we have been asked
Concrete bench...Polished concrete...concrete benchtop...Concrete work top and...Bench top - concrete...Concrete benches...Kitchen and concrete benchtop...Concrete benchtops
“Cozinha 6” — Thomaz Santos
splyce design
1 Review
What is the purpose of those small holes in the concrete finished wall and how deep should be those
down on either end where is provide a surface to fasten the guard into the concrete.
dominated by a dramatic staircase. The white oak treads project from the concrete wall at right but are not supported on the other end, defying gravity and
Flossy concrete and extra large door.
“Door” — laurenoirie
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