How Ageless Concrete Warms Up Your Interior

How Ageless Concrete Warms Up Your Interior



There isn’t anything that lasts forever. Everybody says. Huge rise in the use of concrete in interior design says different. Even The Colosseum in Rome was built largely of concrete, and the concrete dome of the Pantheon is the world’s largest unreinforced concrete dome. Concrete is a solid material to build furniture out of for several reasons. One: it’s relatively cheap to create. Two: it’s durable and easy to clean. These concrete furniture finds are guaranteed to add a bit of urban flair to any interior.

So here are some of our favorite pieces of concrete things, take a look !

c8 1024x768 How Ageless Concrete Warms Up Your InteriorSoap dish plate // Via Etsy

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Egg tray for table // Via Etsy

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Pool with the view // Via Somewhere

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Book Ends // Via Cargcollective

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(Initially it was made for a Nike exhibition at 90sqm in Amsterdam celebrating the Air Max 90) // Via I Have Pop

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Concrete Couch // Via Grupo Bondi 

c15 How Ageless Concrete Warms Up Your Interior Concrete Pillow // Via Grupo Bondi c151 How Ageless Concrete Warms Up Your Interior

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Concrete stool //  Via Etsy 

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Concrete industrial lamp // Via Etsy

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Block Pen Holder // Via Good Hood

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Serax // Via Good Hood 

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Brick USB // Via Etsy

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Via Gardenista

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Via Gardenista

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Espresso machine // Via Dezeen

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Parfume bottles with concrete tops // Via Alexa Lixfeld