Cottesloe ResidenceContemporary Dining Room, Geelong

Mid-sized trendy concrete floor great room photo in Geelong with white walls —  Houzz
Related Photo Topics
Related Professionals in Geelong
This photo has 7 questions
rosa78 wrote:Oct 10, 2015
  • myvan

    this is a beautiful table, where is it from?

naiqil wrote:Apr 20, 2015
  • PRO
    Valter and Anna fon Eynik

    Good day, I'm a designer, woodcarver, unique furniture creator. I make different interesting rustic furniture for order. Custom size and details. Please, check my page here and contact me, if interested. God bless!

Laura Ganzinotti wrote:Jan 16, 2015
  • PRO
    Clinkston Architects

    Forgive me. I can't find the answer to the question of the manufacturer for the light fixture

Roselyn Toskas wrote:Aug 9, 2016
    Anita Allison wrote:Aug 18, 2015
      Pau Sacre wrote:Jun 14, 2015

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        rebeccalgross
        Rebecca Gross added this to Know Your Flooring: ConcreteApr 19, 2016

        Maintaining Concrete FlooringConcrete floors are easy to look after — just sweep and mop with soapy water or a neutral cleaner. Seal or wax the floors regularly in high-traffic areas to maintain the protective layer over its surface.Repolish floors as needed to maintain the desired gloss.

        adam_hobill
        Adam Hobill : Design added this to 10 Design Features to Kick Your Remodel Up a NotchAug 17, 2015

        7. Designer lighting. Well-considered lighting can make a huge difference, and the good news is that less is often better (though you should not expect high-quality lighting to be cheap). Consider the aesthetic qualities of each light as a sculptural piece, as well as the potential the light has to create ambience at night.Try to avoid runways of downlights. It’s a house, not an airport.Make sure you get the wiring right the first time. It’s important to plan in advance so your electrician knows where to rough in the cabling correctly the first time, rather than having to rewire when it’s too late and much more expensive.Tip: If you feel overwhelmed by the thought of lighting design yet want to get it right, I suggest you seek help from your interior designer, architect or lighting consultant. Ideally, you will have a lighting plan that explains to the builder and electrician what lights you have selected and where they are located.Find a pro in your area

        somethinggorgeous_blogs
        Something Gorgeous added this to How to Design a Neutral Room That Kicks Boring to the CurbApr 15, 2015

        This room has a simple color palette that relies on wood to bring texture and warmth to the space. The timber brings both visual and tactile texture to the room. The timber wall and table look both warm and natural, balancing the smooth textures of the white walls and concrete floor that could otherwise have appeared cold and formal.Tip: An easy and inexpensive way to add texture is to include a jute rug. These rugs are available in many shapes and sizes and add both tactile and visual texture.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        webuser_540390486
        Jayne Sproule added this to My ideasJul 23, 2019

        Textures. Shelving. Table and chairs

        mtmusgrave
        Mary Msgrv added this to garageMay 5, 2019

        For discussion with Kim. Wood adding warmth

        Similar Ideas
        Parure House
        Canopy House
        Haberfield
        Engawa House
        Martin House
        Canopy House
        Redhead Alterations
        Scape House
        Dining Rooms with Similar Colors
        Modern Classic
        Réhabilitation maison Chartrons
        Lakefront Living
        The Berkley 2 Bed
        Modern Organic
        Architectural/Interior Design Photography
        Hacienda Ja Ja
        Vancouver Kitsilano Transitonal Contemporary

        Need help with an existing Houzz order? Call 1-800-368-4268