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    A Concrete Plan

    You’ve probably noticed concrete has made a return this season, as many bars, restaurants and hotels hone in on the utilitarian mood in favour of softer textiles.

    But why is concrete becoming so popular in the interior design world?

    Equal parts statement and distinctive, concrete has the natural ability to create a smart and warm overtone in any space. If you think it’s cold, think again.

    The rough-and-ready style is adaptable, with an ability to define both the home and office with an industrial edge. Take the Brooklyn cube coffee table; this contemporary creation is sleek and understated, allowing you to decorate the top and middle with green plants or luxurious glassware.

     

     

    And the same goes for the Verita console table; mostly oak, this modern design is topped with faux concrete, so copper-toned lamps will look right at home here.

    This minimal approach means it’s subtle and achievable. You don’t have to go all out with big furniture, instead just decorate the walls and surfaces with this must-have material. Our top picks of accessories include the hanging wall clock, set of four HOME marble jars and the Verita round mirror.

     

    However, our favourite way of tapping into this trend has to be with lighting. In keeping with the industrial theme, our range of concrete lamps and hanging pendants illuminates and impresses instantly.

    Choose the Heston Desk Lamp when the study needs a makeover, while the Mira pendant and Emperor cone pendant are best suited for the kitchen or living room.

    Check out more from our concrete range right Here.

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