Watch your Steps with Outdoor Step Lights

Watch Your Steps Outdoor Step Lights are very decorative but also necessary to ensure safety. Although most homes include ceiling…
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Hanging Egg Chair: reasons to buy one

Meet the Must-Have Piece of furniture for summer Hanging Egg Chair quickly became a timeless piece of furniture suited to…
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The Mid Century Lighting Comeback

MID CENTURY MODERN LIGHTING There are lot of types of Mid Century lighting. From chandeliers to sconces to table and…
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In-es artdesign

InEs Art Design Italian Lighting Mixing art and design is an art in and of itself—and one that is difficult…
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New Products from The Fild

BLT_1 Linear Pendant Lamp Powdercoated SteelAluminium Profile & Plastic LensLED Stripe1300 Lumes4000 K 110-230 VAC (driver included)DimensionsD: 1.3 in, H:…
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Trend Alert: Illuminated Bathroom Mirrors

Galaxy Illuminated Mirror Gold Frameby Paris Mirror Galaxy Illuminated Mirror Gold Frame by Paris Mirror Made in Canada This Lighted Mirror…
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New Pendant Lights from The Fild

Stick Pendant Light Stick Pendant LightLights SourceE26 Max 40 WattG95 type *Bulb is not includedDimensionsØ 1.9 in, H 33.4 inCordFabric…
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About Rattan

Why Rattan? Rattan/cane, a spiky climbing plant, is biodegradable and naturally renewable as a crop. It is wonderful for a…
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Concrete Accents

Introducing industrial elements into your home marries minimalism with warmth and movement. Think former warehouses turned sunny lofts, reclaimed machinery…
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Introducing industrial elements into your home marries minimalism with warmth and movement. Think former warehouses turned sunny lofts, reclaimed machinery placed delicately on coffee tables and countertops. 

Concrete accessories give this same effect, as it is an inherently cool, strong material. Its uniform tone and texture project a depth and edge that elevate any space. 

Cement is a heavy material, giving it a lot of visual weight. It instantly draws the eye and grounds the space

Texture, the way something looks like it feels, adds depth and dimension to your space in a way that color alone cannot. All of us can imagine the feeling of running our hands over concrete. A concrete lamp, vase, or flower pot then allows us to engage with a room in a tangible, tactile way. 

To highlight concrete’s unique texture, create contrast. Set cool concrete pieces against something natural and warm, such as wood. Rounded furniture with softened corners or concrete pieces with curved shapes work to balance the sterility of cement. 

The Matt Cemento Collection from In Es ArtDesign emphasizes tactile sensations, pairing bright colors with a cement effect varnish.

Concrete Wall Sconces for indoor and outdoor use from Seed Design

These pendant lights from Specimen Editions play with the balance between the roughness of concrete, the softness of wood, and the coldness of steel.