Tom Haga’s concrete decor photographs demonstrate the functionality of cold materials in modern spaces. Concrete walls can have a remarkable visual quality. Though stark and used traditionally in parking garages and warehouses, concrete is a sturdy material that has become contemporary.
The finish on concrete walls can add a distressed and vintage feel, whereas splattered concrete walls can give an area a youthful and arty vibe. Additionally, concrete ceilings can make a room feel larger and concrete sections can act as a back splash in a living room, kitchen or any utilized space.
Concrete decor is relevant in the world of art and design because it is multifunctional. Concrete can cover walls, act as a ceiling treatment or art piece and be a focal point in any modern refuge.
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