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!