Concrete floors, 38 beautiful examples

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Concrete floors, 38 beautiful examples

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When it comes to flooring people tend to think of three main options; carpet, hardwood, or tiles. While each of these flooring options has its own benefits and drawbacks, the fact is there are several other options out there that may be cheaper, more reliable, and a better fit for your decor, and that's why today we're focusing on one of the least heralded; the concrete floor.

Concrete floors have traditionally been a rare occurrence in people's homes, but as the minimalist and industrial chic styles have grown in popularity, becoming almost standard in modern urban design, they have seen a reevaluation. With industrial spaces being repurposed, and their flaws becoming central to the design, exposed brick, copper pipes, and of course concrete floors were seen as exciting design elements with history and character. 

But as you'll soon see, with the popularity of concrete floors growing its use expanded beyond industrial and minimalist decors to be included in every style of home, functioning as a trendy and practical option. So join us as we take a look at some amazing examples, and you might find concrete flooring is the perfect fit for your home!

1. The ultimate industrial apartment with polished concrete, steel rafters, and brick tiles

2. A sleek floor that bounces the light around, expanding the space

3. Matte concrete for depth of colour

4. High gloss flooring that contrasts the rustic ceiling

5. Dark colours to complement the timber cabinets

6. Black and white for a classic look with a modern twist

7. Rough and ready concrete floor for texture and character

8. Light concrete looks great in this minimalist environment

Cooking, Drinking and Chilling by Sensearchitects Limited Minimalist
Sensearchitects Limited

Cooking, Drinking and Chilling

Sensearchitects Limited

9. A contrast of textures between the wall coverings and smooth floor

by AShel Minimalist Wood Wood effect

10. Pure white in the bathroom brings out the vibrancy of the timber and pot plants

12. Matching the walls and floor for a unified aesthetic

13. Exotic rugs soften the hard floor in this rustic bedroom of brick and timber

14. A simple decor draws focus to the unique furniture

15. Light and bright for a shabby chic kitchen

16. This concrete floor acts as a transitional colour in a monochrome palette

17. Blurring the line between interior and exterior spaces

18. A spacious and casual living room

19. The floor colour changes depending on the light in this dynamic interior

20. Timber and concrete were made to be together

21. Concrete is simple to clean; perfect if you've got messy kids!

22. A modern aesthetic for a modern kitchen

23. A light concrete floor will warm up in the sunlight for a cosy interior

24. Dark concrete lends sophistication to this dining room

25. Textured concrete adds a new dimension to the decor

26. A contemporary and trendy open plan living area

28. The contrast of urban and rural aesthetics for a unique decor

Minimalist dining room by Boley Minimalist

29. Always the best bet for the garage floor!

30. Contributing to a neutral colour palette that's brought to life with vibrant artwork

31. Concrete flooring can be used for the entire home to tie the decor together, it suits every room!

32. Grey concrete will allow feature colours to really stand out

33. A concrete floor to match the steel counter

Peckham Victorian house wrap around extension Industrial style kitchen by Ar'Chic Industrial
Ar'Chic

Peckham Victorian house wrap around extension

Ar'Chic

34. The original concrete floor in this industrial space has so much personality and history, and even a couple of windows!

35. Speckled concrete feels comforting in this warm interior

36. The floor mirrors the high concrete ceiling in this incredible space

37. Dignified and elegant

38. Super high gloss; you can almost see your reflection!

We really can't think of a single scenario where you shouldn't at least consider a concrete floor; they're practical and look amazing! For more interior design tips check out these relaxing colours for the bedroom.

Considering concrete floors in your home? Tell us about it in the comments!
by FingerHaus GmbH - Bauunternehmen in Frankenberg (Eder) Modern

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