20 Beautiful Bedroom Designs Incorporating Concrete

Your bedroom is your retreat away from the rest of the home, and away from the hustles and bustles of the life. You spend a good bit of time in your room, sleeping, getting ready for the day, resting, among many other things. It’s one room that you want to feel special, be serene, comfortable and relaxing. One design idea is to incorporate the use of concrete into your décor scheme to give your room an industrial look and feel; one that says, calm, cool and oh so modern. When most people think of concrete, they associate it with a rugged building material used for concrete slabs and sidewalks, buildings, and other construction designs. If concrete is an element that you would like to incorporate into your bedroom, here are some ideas you can work with.

1. Flooring

The first thing that may come to mind when you think of concrete flooring, is cold, impersonal, “prisonlike,” or unfinished. The truth is, that concrete flooring can actually give any room in the house, a very warm and inviting look and feel. It’s not only elegant, but it can be warm and inviting, and it gives you so many options to work with, to create the perfect look for your style and taste. Concrete flooring can be polished, stamped, and left in it’s more raw form for a more industrial appeal. Concrete flooring is economical and is easy to maintain. Whether you are covering a small room or large, you will spend a fraction of the cost when compared to hardwood, tile or other flooring options, and the end result is a beautiful, modern and inviting bedroom to retreat to.

2. Walls

For a contemporary look, there is nothing that says it better than the unfinished look of a concrete wall. This minimalist creativity has take the decorating world by storm, and for those who love the look of a more industrial look, you can create this effect in your own bedroom by designing a wall, or multiple walls with concrete. There is something about a concrete wall that leaves so much to the imagination, and can really give your room the wow factor. Use concrete as a focal wall behind your bed, or another wall that grabs your attention when you step in the room. You may choose to have a solid concrete wall, or use a patterned look of concrete panels, or designed with streaks to break up the monotony of the texture. Concrete walls work well with lots of different décor theme colors, so play with your color scheme and get creative with colors in artwork, fabrics, and textures.

3. Ceilings

Create a dramatic effect in your bedroom with a concrete ceiling. This architectural design of using a raw material like concrete, gives the room a more contemporary, industrial look with its exposed simplicity. You may choose to leave it in its raw state, or use a gloss coating, or have concrete tiles installed. Use other industrial effects of exposed piping or vents to complete the look.

For more inspirational concrete ideas for your bedroom, take a look at the following 20 beautiful bedroom designs incorporating concrete to get your inspired.

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